Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte arrived in Carbis Bay, southwest England, on Friday for a face-to-face G7 summit, the first since the outbreak of the pandemic.
The G7 leaders will meet face to face from Friday in Cornwall. The first since the beginning of the epidemic. Business meetings as well as other events, which lead to private conversations — a Friday reception around Queen Elizabeth II and a beach barbecue with marshmallows to roast on Saturday — take place from long months of video conferences through Sunday in Carbis Bay, in southern West of England.
This summit, which brings together Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada, Japan and the United States is under strict anti-Covid restrictions. The leaders of the G7 superpowers want to show their unity in the face of global crises, starting with the climate and the pandemic with the distribution of one billion vaccines against the Covid virus.
Meetings with members of the British royal family
Emmanuel Macron He and his wife Brigitte arrived midday. The head of state began with a coordination meeting of the European members of the Group of Seven. After that, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson and his wife Carey officially welcomed the members of the Group of Seven and their spouses.
At the end of the afternoon, the heads of delegations and their spouses were scheduled to meet with members of the British royal family at the Eden Project Botanical Garden. Dinner will be held at this place as well.
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