“The first official day of the G7 summit has arrived here in the United Kingdom. I look forward to reinforcing our commitment to multilateralism and working with our allies and partners to build a fairer and more inclusive global economy. Let’s get to work,” the US president, who is on a visit to the UK, wrote on his Twitter account. The G7 summit in Cornwall, England, on June 11-13 will be the first face-to-face meeting in almost two years. Participants plan to discuss the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, the spread of vaccines, the fight against climate change, and efforts to restore the global economy. The question of Russia, according to the head of the European Council, Charles Michel, should be one of the main issues in the discussion of international relations.