Foreign Minister Maas is visiting Italy on 28 and 29 June. He has a full agenda: a meeting on Syria, and meetings of the Global Coalition against Daesh and the G20 Foreign and Development Ministers.
The G7 is back: the fight against global warming, the COVID‑19 pandemic or species extinction – many challenges need a global response. The Group of Seven (G7) has been discussing the challenges facing the global economy, foreign and security policy, development and climate.
The Global Partnership (GP) was established at the G8 Summit in Kananaskis, Canada, in 2002 in response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Its aim is to reduce chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear proliferation risks.
This year’s G7 Foreign Ministers Meeting took place virtually owing to the coronavirus crisis. The Foreign Ministers discussed the scope for taking joint and coordinated action in this crisis. Future crises were also on the agenda of the major economic and industrial countries.
Foreign Minister Maas travels to Hiroshima and to the G20 Foreign Ministers Meeting in Nagoya. His visit will focus on efforts to further nuclear disarmament and a rules-based order.
The 20 leading industrialised and newly industrialising countries are meeting in Osaka from today. What issues are most important to us?