G7 Summit: Merkel says issues like climate change could not be solved without China

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    G7 leaders have adopted a plan to help developing countries build infrastructure. The White House says the U.S.-inspired plan was adopted after President Joe Biden and other G7 leaders discussed ways to counter China’s infrastructure program, the Belt and Road Initiative. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday that the Group of Seven would support “multilateralism,” adding issues like climate change could not be solved without China.

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