G-7 Leaders Pose for Family Photo With U.K.’s Queen Elizabeth in Cornwall

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    The leaders of the Group of Seven industrialised nations posed for a family photograph with the UK’s Queen Elizabeth on Friday in the UK county of Cornwall.

    The group had gathered for a reception evening at eco-tourism site the Eden Project which was being hosted by the UK’s Royal Family.

    The dinner was held as the leaders of the UK, US, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Canada were meeting at nearby Carbis Bay for the three-day G-7 summit.

    At the summit, the G-7 leaders are set to commit to share at least one billion coronavirus shots with struggling countries around the world – with half of the doses coming from the US and 100 million from the UK.

    The agenda of the meeting also includes talks on climate change, the global response to COVID-19, the taxation of multinational corporations and Brexit.

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