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 Post subject: World leaders urge G7 to help poor countries buy vaccines
PostPosted: Mon 7. Jun 2021, 05:50 
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Former presidents, prime ministers and foreign ministers have petitioned the G7 countries to fund the purchase of a COVID-19 vaccine. to contain the spread of the mutant and re-emerging viruses that are now global threats.
The former leader สมัครสล็อต submitted the letter at the G7 summit held in Britain over the weekend. with the meaning that Although global cooperation will fail in 2020, for 2021, such cooperation will usher in a new era.


“Supporting the G7 and the G20 to provide low- and middle-income countries with access to vaccines is not just charitable. But it is also a strategic interest of all countries.”


Among the leaders of the countries who signed this consisting of Mr. Gordon Brown and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, former United Nations (UN) secretary-general Ban Ki-moon and 15 other former African leaders, who are of the opinion that the G7 leaders and others Those invited to this meeting should be required to provide two years of $30 billion per year to secure the fight against the epidemic globally.


Mr Brown stated that “What the G7 has to pay is not for charity. But it's self-defense to stop covid-19. from the epidemic mutation And coming back is a threat to all of us,” Mr Brown said, adding, “30 pence ($0.43) per person per week in the UK is very little money that should be paid to provide good security. The best to protect this world."


Meanwhile, Save The Children surveyed public opinion on the claim, finding that people in the United States, Britain, France, Germany and Canada are actively supporting the G7 with a $66 billion budget for vaccines. to cover the world




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