According to the statement, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden will meet this Thursday in Cornwall ahead of the Group of Seven (G7) summit, to set new objectives for bilateral cooperation, initiated by Winston Churchill. Based on the document and Franklin D. Roosevelt 80 years ago.
The Atlantic Charter of 2021 will recognize that even though the world is very different from 1941, according to the text the United Kingdom and the United States share similar values.
In the first personal meeting between the two leaders, they will also address climate change, security, the global trading system, safeguarding democracy and steps to safely resume transatlantic travel.
The Sides will also analyze other areas of bilateral cooperation and the need to preserve the Northern Ireland Peace Agreements, of which Washington is one of its guarantors.
The agreements we sign today, based on our shared values and vision, will be the foundation for a sustainable global recovery, Johnson said.
The two leaders will attend the G7 leaders’ first one-on-one meeting later this week since the start of the pandemic last year.
The summit will take place from June 11 to 13 at a hotel in the Cornish region of south-east England.
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