Leaders of the G7 and guest nations are now in the third and final day of the 2021 G7 in the beachside resort town of Cornwall, England.
Over the last couple of days, the leaders of some of the world's most advanced economies have gathered to discuss coronavirus, the global economic recovery, China and other key topics.
Philip Crowther of AP International joins us live from Cornwall.
Philip, key issues in the summit's final plenary sessions today will be climate and the economy. What are some key factors that we should be on the lookout for?
Now, the leaders will issue a joint communique at the conclusion of the summit - not long from now - and for the next few weeks, the world will be deciphering the statement on what it includes and what it does not include. What deliverables do we expect from the joint communique?
President Joe Biden is reported to have extended his support to the Japanese Prime Minister, Yoshihide Suga, for hosting the 2020 Tokyo Olympics amidst the raging Covid pandemic and so has the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. What is the general feeling among leaders there at the G7 summit? There have been talks that the Japanese PM has been pushing to have that endorsement included in the joint statement, as well.
Philip Crowther of AP International live for us from Cornwall, England. Great job. Thank you, Philip.