In an effort to vaccinate the world by the end of 2022, leaders from the world’s most advanced economies announced the commitment to share one-billion doses of vaccine with developing countries.
Recovery from the global pandemic, climate change, cybersecurity and relations with China are all on the agenda at the G7 Summit.
CGTN’s Nawied Jabarkhyl begins our coverage with this report from Cornwall, England.
Joining the discussion:
- Qinduo Xu is a Political Analyst and Host of CGTN’s Dialogue Weekend.
- Klaus Larres is a Professor of History and International Affairs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
- Harlan Ullman is the Chairman of the Killowen Group.
- Brian Becker is the Executive Director of the ANSWER Coalition.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the other leaders of the world's most advanced economies on Friday that their G7 summit was a chance to learn lessons from the coronavirus pandemic and ensure they do not repeat the errors made during it.https://t.co/06IaMcnFLs
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