G7 overseas ministers talk about international threats


London, May 4

Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven wealthy industrialised nations are gathering Tuesday in London, their first face-to-face meeting in more than two years, to grapple with threats to health, prosperity and democracy.

Host country Britain has warned that the increasingly aggressive activities of Russia, China and Iran pose a challenge to democratic societies and the international rule of law. UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Britain’s presidency of the G-7 this year “is an opportunity to bring together open, democratic societies and demonstrate unity at a time when it is much needed to tackle shared challenges and rising threats”. — AP



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