G7 seeks common front on China in first talks since pandemic

IMAGES G7 foreign and development ministers pose for a family photo at Lancaster House in London as they meet for their first face-to-face talks in more than two years.

The Group of Seven wealthy democracies on Tuesday discussed how to form a common front towards an increasingly assertive China in the foreign ministers’ first in-person talks in two years.

The G7 devoted its first session Tuesday to China, whose growing military and economic clout, and willingness to exert its influence at home and abroad have increasingly unnerved Western democracies.


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