British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, shown leaving 10 Downing Street on Tuesday, has invited India, South Korea and Australia to take part in the G7 summit meeting next year. Photo: EPA-EFE British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, shown leaving 10 Downing Street on Tuesday, has invited India, South Korea and Australia to take part in the G7 summit meeting next year. Photo: EPA-EFE
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, shown leaving 10 Downing Street on Tuesday, has invited India, South Korea and Australia to take part in the G7 summit meeting next year. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Britain invites India, South Korea and Australia to the G7 summit meeting next year

  • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who will host the Group of Seven summit, makes the offer while announcing his own trip to India next month
  • The invitation comes as the US and other Western nations seek to develop a wider alliance to offset China’s growing influence

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, shown leaving 10 Downing Street on Tuesday, has invited India, South Korea and Australia to take part in the G7 summit meeting next year. Photo: EPA-EFE British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, shown leaving 10 Downing Street on Tuesday, has invited India, South Korea and Australia to take part in the G7 summit meeting next year. Photo: EPA-EFE
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, shown leaving 10 Downing Street on Tuesday, has invited India, South Korea and Australia to take part in the G7 summit meeting next year. Photo: EPA-EFE
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