BORIS Johnson hopes to convene a meeting of world leaders at the “earliest opportunity” as he looks to co-ordinate the international response to the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan.
The Prime Minister is pushing for a virtual G7 meeting to be arranged, raising the idea with German chancellor Angela Merkel during a call yesterday and doing the same during talks with French president Emmanuel Macron on Monday.
In a signal that Johnson wants to draw together a broad coalition, Downing Street confirmed the UK wants the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) – which, as well as BritainThe government say, includes the US, Chinaby businesses or organizations are permitted with 200 people outdoors or 100 people indoors., France and Russia – to meet this week.
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