It will take place in London.
On Monday evening, May 3, the G7 foreign ministers will hold their first face-to-face meeting since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. It will take place in London.
It is reported by Reuters.
London was chosen due to the fact that Britain currently holds the G7 presidency.
It is noted that the ministers will discuss issues such as economic recovery after the coronavirus crisis, climate change, relations with Russia and China.
Country representatives are expected to lay the groundwork for the first planned trip of the President of the United States Joe Biden to the G7 summit in the UK next month.
In addition to G7 members, Britain has also invited the foreign ministers of Australia, India, South Africa and South Korea to some of the meetings.