French President Emmanuel Macron is ready to attend the G7 summit at Camp David, scheduled for June 10-12, “if sanitary conditions allow it,” after his US counterpart Donald Trump announced that the It will convene in person as a sign of normalization.
“Given the importance of the G7 in the response to the crisis (of COVID-19), the president is willing to go to Camp David if sanitary conditions allow it,” Elíseo said.
Trump had announced via Twitter his intention to convene G7 leaders in person for his annual summit, having previously canceled it due to the coronavirus pandemic, as a sign of “normalization.”
“Now that our country is in ‘Transition back to Greatness’, I am considering reprogramming the G7, on the same or a similar date, in Washington D.C., at the legendary Camp David,” said the President of the United States.
The summit was to be held from June 10 to 12, but last April Trump announced his face-to-face cancellation due to the expansion of the coronavirus pandemic, while indicating that it would take place virtually.
Along with France and the United States they compose the G7 Japan, the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada and Germany.