The second wave of corona virus cases is increasing in India. As a result, PM Modi will not attend the G7 summit in Britain. A spokesman for the Ministry of External Affairs has given information about this. “We have extended a special invitation to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and PM Modi to attend the G-7 summit,” he said. We appreciate his invitation, but given the current Covid-19 situation, it has been decided that the Prime Minister will not attend the G-7 summit.
In fact, on 17 January, British Prime Minister Boris Jonas invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the G-7 summit. Jones gave a description of the high-level summit to be held in the Cornwall coast region from 11 to 13 June, which Britain will preside over. Last year, he called British Prime Minister Boris Jonas and invited him to PM Modi. India was then selected as the guest country of the conference along with South Korea and Australia. Britain sent a formal invitation to PM Modi.
Britain is the first country to invite India to the G7 summit
Britain said Britain was the first P-5 member to advocate permanent membership for India in the UN Security Council. It was also the first member of the G-7 group to invite India to the G-7 summit in 2005. India, the current BRICS and G-20 chair in 2023, will play a key role in multilateral cooperation for the betterment of the world. The invitation to India, Australia and South Korea is a testament to Britain’s commitment to ensure better representation of today’s world in multilateral institutions.
Boris Johnson’s India tour was canceled
The British Prime Minister was scheduled to visit India before the G-7 summit, but it was canceled. Earlier, his program to become the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations in India was canceled due to an outbreak of the corona virus. The G-7 group includes Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United States.