G7 leaders pose for a historic “family photo” in Carbys Bay, England, ahead of the first plenary session of the three-day summit.
this is key moments For President Biden, who has for decades been near the center of the US foreign policy establishment but never as a member of the world leaders’ club.
On Friday, he took his place with the leaders of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Canada and the European Union for a photo marking the start of the G7 summit. During the photo, Biden posed to the right of Johnson.
On his way to the stage, Biden was seen in friendly conversations with French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. As the leaders were returning inside after being photographed, Biden went hand-in-hand with Macron, whom he had not yet met as president.
More on today’s agenda: leader of advanced economies of the world The Cornish are gathering on the coast for the first time since the global coronavirus pandemic began, welcoming Biden as a new member, who arrived here with the intention of restoring traditional US alliances.
The global economy ranks first in the summit, with the global tax rate and aid for countries in need on the docket. The White House said these efforts would “build a more fair and inclusive global economy” as world leaders gather in Cornwall.
Biden and G7 leaders, the White House said, “will discuss ways to build a more fair, sustainable and inclusive global economy that meets the unique challenges of our times. President Biden and G7 partners committed to a global recovery.” which benefits middle class and working families at home and around the world.”
group is expected to announce support for the global minimum tax Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and her finance ministerial counterparts announced a settlement on the matter in London earlier this month, a Biden-led overhaul of at least 15% of the global tax system.
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