Friday 11 June 2021
Cornwall – (AA):
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said today, Friday, that all countries have gone through the worst pandemic of the “emerging corona virus – Covid-19” they have faced in their entire life.
Johnson added – during his speech at the opening of the G7 summit, held in the resort of Carbis Bay in Cornwall – “This meeting should have taken place because there is a need to make sure that we learn lessons from the epidemic, and also to make sure that some are not repeated.” Mistakes made over the last 18 months, as well as making sure our economies are allowed to recover.”
He pointed out that these economies have the potential to recover very strongly, and there are all kinds of reasons for optimism, but it is necessary not to repeat the mistake of the last major crisis, the last great economic recession in 2008, when the recovery was not uniform in all parts of society. .
He explained that there is a need to ensure that when we recover, we rise in our communities and come back better again.
“I actually think we have a great opportunity to do that because as the Group of Seven, we are united in our vision of a cleaner and greener world, the solution to the problems of climate change,” Johnson said, expressing his belief that there is potential to create several million high-skilled, high-paying jobs, noting This is what the people of our countries want us to focus on right now.
He added that the peoples of our countries want to make sure that the epidemic is overcome together, and discuss how not to repeat what we saw and rebuild in a better, greener, fairer and equal manner, noting that these are some of the goals that will be discussed at the summit.
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