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6/14/21

Summit Concluded:Angered at the G-7, China said a handful of countries could not rule the world; Dragon Red Ghoom from OBOR vs. G-7 project

Summit Concluded:Angered at the G-7, China said a handful of countries could not rule the world; Dragon Red Ghoom from OBOR vs. G-7 project


Hum Saath Saath Hai - G-7 leaders watching the Royal Air Force's acrobatic team perform in Britain

Britain will donate Rs 4,442 crore for education



China has strongly objected to the three-day G-7 summit in Cornwall, England. China has called the summit a faction against itself. That is why he threatened the G7 countries on Sunday, saying that a handful of countries could not rule the world like before. That streak is now over. The same number of days used to determine the future of the world.

A spokesman for the Chinese embassy in London said that in the past, small groups in some countries made global decisions. We already believe that whether a country is small or big, strong or weak, poor or rich - all are equal. Decisions should be taken only after consultation with all countries on various global issues. In fact, on the second day of the summit, the G7 countries, namely the United States, Canada, Britain, Germany, Italy, France and Japan, launched a new project against China's ambitious One Belt, One Road and blew the trumpet against the dragon. Taking it, China is red-faced against these countries. The G7 summit concluded on Sunday with pledges to provide the world with large sums of money and technology to prevent vaccinations, climate change.

Aiming to educate
40 million young women around the world, British Prime Minister Boris Jones said the G7 countries aim to educate and educate 40 million young women around the world. The G-7 leaders will raise funds through a global partnership. Britain will donate 430 million pounds (approximately Rs 4442 crore) for this. He says that many women today are deprived of education, which is an insult internationally.

The G7's emphasis on tackling climate change is also emphasized in the
three-day meeting. Britain accounts for 20% of global carbon emissions, Boris Jones said. The fight against climate change will begin this weekend. The G7 will play an important role in this. The G7 member states are committed to tackling climate change and will appeal to developing countries as well.

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At the meeting , Johnson was outraged by French President Macron's remarks, allegedly telling French President Emmanuel Macron that Northern Ireland was not part of Britain. Boris Johnson was furious and said, "This is our internal matter. On the other hand, Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Rabe said the French president's remarks on the Northern Ireland issue were insulting. The EU has for years viewed Northern Ireland as a separate country.

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