German government rejects reports that it will not invite India to G7 summit TOU

German government rejects reports that it will not invite India to G7 summit


German government rejects reports that it will not invite India to G7 summit

Media reports claimed that a day after the German government was considering snatching India from the G7 summit because of Russia’s stance on the ongoing Ukraine war, the German government Denied Such reports.

The Western media outlet was near Bloomberg on Tuesday Published A report claims that the German government has decided not to invite India to the next G7 summit to be held in the Bavarian Alps on June 26-28 in Schloss Elmau. In its report, Bloomberg claimed that Germany was discussing inviting Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Group of Seven summit on its reluctance to condemn Russia for its military action in Ukraine.

Bloomberg report

However, the German government quickly rejected the Bloomberg report. It is believed that Germany is planning to invite not only India but also some other countries for the June summit. A formal invitation to India is expected from Berlin soon. Germany is chairing the group for this year and is holding a meeting between the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.

“This is wrong,” German government sources were quoted as saying by international reports on Tuesday.

a Report By Vion News says that Germany has already informally informed India about the invitation of the summit and a formal invitation will be sent soon.

This is the fourth time since 2019 that India has been invited to the G7 summit. In 2019, France invited India to the G7 Summit in Bearetz as a “Goodwill Partner”.

The following year, in 2020, President Donald Trump invited PM Modi to the G7 Outreach Summit at Camp David. However, the summit was not held due to the Covid-19 crisis. Last year, the UK invited India for the G7 summit, but PM Modi could not travel in the country due to another Covid-19 wave. PM Modi virtually attended the summit.

India was invited to the G7 Outreach Summit for the first time in 2003 when France invited the then Indian PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The G7, or Group of Seven, is an intergovernmental political forum comprising Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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