G7 leaders agreed on partnership for helping other countries

London, UK: In the G7 summit the countries agreed to do partnership with the poor countries and full fil their needs of infrastructure
Officials described the China issue as one of the most challenging elements of the G7 gathering.
“There was some interesting discussion, and a little bit of differentiation of opinion on, not whether this threat is there but on how strong, from an action perspective, I think different G7 members are willing to take things,” the official said.
At one point, Biden made a forceful call to other leaders about vocally calling out China’s anti-democratic practices, emphasising the need to take action, informed an official.
Biden was joined by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron on pushing for tougher action on China.
However, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and leaders from the European Union sought to emphasise areas of cooperation with China.
CNN reported that the session, despite differences, was marked by new respect among the leaders after four years of tension under former US President Donald Trump.
“These leaders really seem to like each other and respect each other, and work through where that sweet spot might be,” the senior administration official said.
The G7 summit began formally on Friday as the leaders of the world’s most advanced economies gathered on the Cornish coast for the first time since the outbreak of global coronavirus pandemic. The gathered nations will pledge to donate 1 billion COVID vaccine doses, with the US providing about half of those shots.