Donald Trump postponed the G-7 summit by September, plans to invite India, Russia, South Korea, and Australia, the summit was due to be in Washington on June 10-12, but it was postponed until the end of June due to the Coronavirus epidemic. US President Donald Trump has postponed the G-7 summit by September. President Trump said that he is currently avoiding the G-7 summit until September 2020. Trump says he wants to invite India, Russia, South Korea, and Australia. Because I don’t think this conference is going to be properly reflected in what is going on in the world. He said that this is a very old summit of countries. The summit was due to be held in Washington on June 10-12, but it was postponed until the end of June due to the Coronavirus epidemic.
White House spokeswoman Alyssa Farah said the plan is to bring all traditional allies together for discussion. Also, how to deal with China in the future. Earlier this month, US National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien had said that the next G-7 summit in Washington is postponed by the end of June due to the Covid-19 epidemic. For information, let’s tell you that at the invitation of French President Emmanuel Macron, Modi joined the 45 G-7 summits. Former Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh participated in the body meeting at Glengals in the year 2005. The group was then called the G-8 as the 8th member with Russia. Russia was later expelled by the group in the year 2014.