Carbis Bay (England): The leaders of the world’s largest economies on Saturday prepared such a basic plan for developing countries so that they can compete with China. However, there was no immediate consensus on how to stop China from violating human rights on issues like Uighur Muslims. Actually, US President Joe Biden wants the leaders of the Group of Seven (G-7) to raise their voice together against the forced labour of Vigar Muslims and other ethnic minorities.
These countries supported
Biden expects China to be criticized at the summit over bonded labour, but some European allies do not want to spoil their relationship with Beijing.
A senior Biden administration official told reporters that Canada, the United Kingdom and France have supported Biden’s move. Whereas Germany, Italy and the European Union seemed hesitant on this during the first session of the Group of Seven summit.
Macron and Merkel also met
At the summit, Biden also spoke to French President Emmanuel Macron on many issues. Macron said that there is a need to work together on many issues. Apart from this, Biden also met German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Merkel said that the atmosphere is very cooperative and it is necessary for everyone’s interests.
On this occasion, Biden said about the Covid epidemic that we are going to work with global partners to get the whole world out of the grip of this epidemic. We are also going to provide vaccines to the whole world.
Let us tell you that this conference, which started on Friday in Carbis Bay, South West England, will conclude on Sunday. The G-7 is a grouping of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.