“UK invites India to G7 Countries Summit 2021. Why India is important for G7?”

U.K. invites India to G7 Summit.

The United Kingdom has invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the 47th G7 summit from June 11 to 13 2021. Narendra Modi participated in the Biarritz G7 countries summit in 2019 when French President Emmanuel Macron had invited India.

Apart from India, Australia, South Korea & South Africa also got the invitation. Who is going to participate in the proceedings of the summit as “guest countries”.

The G7 (or Group of Seven) is an organization made up of the world’s seven largest so-called advanced economies. Initially, their motive is to exchange ideas on possible solutions to a global economic crisis. Now those of you who don’t know what the G7 countries are or forget time to time. Don’t worry we have a solution for that. Remember ‘JUICE GF’ Japan, United States of America, Italy, Canada, England, Germany & France.

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As we know, how India is suffering from the Covid pandemic, but if things get better then Prime Minister Narendra Modi may travel to the U.K. in June. It’ll be his first direct meeting with U.S. president Joe Biden. This 47th G7 summit will be the first summit for Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi & U.S. President Joe Biden.

**As per the update on 11th may Prime Minister Narendra Modi has canceled his plan to visit the U.K. next month.

 Why India is Important for G7 Countries?

Firstly, India is full of talents & creativity with billions of population, this is a huge market. There is plenty of room for growth and it needs the world’s help in this crisis.

Despite being critical of Western Media about Modi’s leadership of handling the Covid Pandemic. G7 countries or the World believes that Modi remains the tallest leader in India.

In this pandemic, we strongly spread a fact that the Serum Institute of India is the world’s largest producer of Covid vaccines by volume. The SII is producing the Covid-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford at its facility in the city of Pune, India. India has exported Covid Vaccine to more than 70 countries.

Is Modi Going to U.K. for G7 Summit in 2021

No, As per the update on 11th may Prime Minister Narendra Modi has canceled his plan to visit the U.K. next month.