Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s face-to-face with US President Joe Biden, who has already arrived in Carbis Bay, is scheduled for Saturday, in the late afternoon, where he is seeing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The debut of the Prime Minister at the G7, the first in the post-pandemic presence, will be held in a highly armored Cornwall for the summit that brings together the 7 greats and the leaders of the European Union. Draghi will arrive tomorrow, in the middle of the morning, and will participate in the six work sessions scheduled for the three days, speaking as ‘lead speaker’ in the first session dedicated to the themes of economic recovery and the last on climate change. Read also The summit will open tomorrow, at 12.30, with a short coordination meeting between EU leaders, followed by an informal breakfast and a welcome ceremony. In the early afternoon, the first working session will start, reserved only for the G7 countries, therefore Italy, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, USA. This session – which will see Draghi among the lead speakers – will focus on three themes: national policies towards a greener and more digital recovery; the role of the G7 in supporting the recovery of the global economy; policies aimed at advancing gender equality. Saturday’s work will open with the second session on the main geostrategic trends at global level, including the challenges of economic resilience, and a focus on the G7 partnership with developing countries of development. the work will continue with the third session which will focus on some foreign and security policy issues, including Russia and Afghanistan. The fourth session dedicated to health issues, in particular to the most immediate health challenges and the strengthening of global health systems, will then be held. Saturday will close with a dinner among the leaders. The fifth and sixth working session will take place on the final morning of Sunday, dedicated respectively to the theme of ‘open societies and economies’, to the fight against climate change and to the protection of nature, which will also be attended by the leaders of the World Bank, IMF, OECD and UN.
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