On the first day of work of the G7 on the summit table there are “measures for a more equitable, more sustainable economic recovery that responds to the unique challenges of our time”. This was announced by the US presidency, explaining that the seven leaders have agreed to continue with their policies in support of the global economy “for as long as necessary” to create a “strong and balanced” recovery.
Meanwhile, while a Covid outbreak exploded in a hotel where some of Angela Merkel’s security officers are staying, the British government has returned to quarrel with the European Union on the implementation of the protocol on Northern Ireland annexed to the post-Brexit agreement. “The integrity of the United Kingdom is not negotiable,” Foreign Minister Dominic Raab told Sky about the link between London and Belfast, adding that the EU must take a more flexible attitude on the implementation of the protocol. to resolve the matter.
An indirect response to the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, according to which “nothing is renegotiable” of the post-Brexit agreement, so far blaming London for the failure to comply with some points related to the implementation of the Northern Irish protocol. Certainly at the summit, the topic will be topical with the British who will focus on the support of the United States.
At the opening of the summit, the great of the earth will be received in Cornwall by Queen Elizabeth: the sovereign will be accompanied by Prince Charles with his wife Camilla and by Prince William with Kate.