Biden and Johnson agreed to hold a G7 summit on Afghanistan

The leaders of the United States and Great Britain discussed further coordination of actions regarding Afghanistan.

During a telephone conversation, President Joe Biden agreed with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to hold a virtual meeting of the leaders of the “Big Seven” on the situation in Afghanistan next week. This is stated in the statement of the White House.

Biden and Johnson announced the need for a meeting of G7 leaders “to discuss a common strategy and approach” to resolving the crisis in Afghanistan.

The U.S. and UK leaders “discussed the need for continued close coordination between allies and democratic partners in conducting future policy towards Afghanistan, including how the world community can provide further humanitarian assistance and support to refugees and other vulnerable categories of the Afghan population” the White House said.

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