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US News "Rebuilding the world better": the G7 plan to help countries to recover from the

18:50  12 june  2021
18:50  12 june  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Les représentants des pays membres du G7 étaient réunis pour un cocktail en marge du sommet du G7, au Eden Project à Cornwall, en Grande-Bretagne, le 11 juin 2021. pandemic © Reuters representatives of the G7 member countries were gathered for a cocktail on the margin of the G7 summit, at Eden Project In Cornwall, Great Britain, 11 June 2021.

The G7 member leaders launched a vast global infrastructure plan for the poor and emerging countries on Saturday 12 June on the initiative of US President Joe Biden. The idea is also to compete with the Chinese initiatives of the "new routes of silk" and to assert themselves in the face of the challenges posed by China and Russia.

"Rebuilding the world better": This is how the great powers have baptized their project that aims to help poor and emerging countries to get up from the pandemic. The idea was launched this Saturday, June 12 by the G7 , gathered until Sunday, June 13, in Carbis Bay, in southwestern England .

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This is a vast global infrastructure plan, on the initiative of US President Joe Biden, announces the White House in a statement. The goal is in particular to compete with the Chinese initiatives of the "new routes of silk".

We have a responsibility, that of setting clear objectives and make concrete commitments to meet the challenges of our time. This G7 must be that of the action. Happy to meet you dear partners and friends. At work, together. pic.twitter.com/saam5bdgjk

- Emmanuel Macron (@emmanuelmacron) June 11, 2021

Assembled with China's Challenges and Russia

Heads of State and Government of Germany, from France , from Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada, Japan and the United States to be attached to displaying their good deal, even though the tensions around Northern Ireland threw a cold stroke.

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pandemics after forging their response to the pandemic, leaders attack the diplomatic component of their meeting. They want to assert themselves in the face of the challenges posed by China and Russia, a major objective, after the Trump years, the first trip of Joe Biden abroad.

Diplomacy is back. pic.twitter.com/27d316paqb

- President biden (@potus) June 11, 2021

This project of the great powers should help the countries of Latin America, Africa or Asia, to get up from the pandemic , focusing on the climate, health, digital and the fight against inequality, announces the White House in a statement.

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The US administration estimates that hundreds of billions of dollars can be mobilized, including through the private sector.

"It's not about pushing countries to choose from between the United States and China. It's about proposing another vision and another approach, " assured a US official.

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leaders, joined by their counterparts in South Korea, South Africa and Australia, as well as virtually India, will devote part of the afternoon to foreign policy issues. They have already warned that they intended to affirm their "values" of liberal democracies.

In a day heated drum, where work sessions and leavening meetings multiply, leaders showed a united front in the face of the CVIV-19 crisis, including with the adoption of a battle plan against Futures pandemics.

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