Joe Biden and Boris Johnson Will Meet in Cornwall: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden will meet for the first time in Cornwall on Thursday. The meeting is taking place ahead of the G7 Leaders Summit, which is being hosted by Britain. Downing Street reported that the two leaders could agree on the 'Atlantic Charter', which was given in 1941 by Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt to set out their goals for the post-war world. Based on historical joint statement.
The original 'Atlantic Charter' contained historic agreements that led to the creation of the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Whereas the 2021 'Atlantic Charter' is designed to echo those values and foster new partnerships, including a new 'Travel Taskforce' for exchange between the US and the UK (G7 Summit 2021). "Churchill and Roosevelt were faced with the question of how to get the world back on track after a devastating war," Johnson said.
agreement between the two countries
He said, 'While today we have to deal with a very different but less scary challenge. How to build a better tomorrow from the global pandemic corona virus. He said, 'And as we have been doing, the UK and the US are the closest and biggest allies, which is vital to a stable and prosperous future for the world (G7 Summit 2021 Held in Which Country). The agreements that President Biden and I make on Thursday will be based on our shared values and vision and will lay the foundation for a sustainable global recovery.
G-7 meeting to be held on Friday
He said, '80 years ago the President of America and the Prime Minister of Britain came together promising a better future. Today we will also do the same. For the first time since the outbreak of the Corona virus global epidemic, G-7 leaders will meet in Cornwall on Friday. US President Joe Biden has reached Britain a day earlier i.e. on Wednesday. He has come out of the country on his first official visit. His tour will be limited to Britain and Europe. The visit is also important for Biden because he will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin. This meeting will take place at a time when China and Russia remain the biggest challenge for America.
Biden will first attend the G7 meeting, after which he will meet leaders of NATO and the European Union. Then finally he will have a conversation with Russian President Putin (Biden's Warning For Russia). Before the start of his eight-day tour, Biden said, "We do not want a conflict with Russia." We want a stable relationship. But I want to make it clear that if the Russian government does something wrong, America will respond strongly.