May 20, 2023
By Angus Gillespie
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U-S President Joe Biden and other world leaders have already put in a full day’s work at the G-7 Summit in Hiroshima, Japan.
A good part of today was focused on global infrastructure and creating initiatives to invest in poorer, developing nations.
Biden says First World nations are the most important part of advancing the cause and keeping China from dominating.
A communique released today from the Group of Seven leaders calls on China to not conduct inference activities that aim to undermine the security and safety of G-7 nations, or the integrity of democratic institutions and economic prosperity.
The Group of wealthy democracies have urged China to put pressure on Russia to end its war on Ukraine.
In its joint statement, the G-7 says it does not want to harm China and wants “constructive and stable relations.”
It says the members are “seriously concerned” about the situation while also saying there is concern about possible attempts to use force against Taiwan.
The G-7 leaders are also looking for cooperation on climate change, global economic stability and debt.
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