Japan pushes back against UK plan to invite India, others to G-7 meeting

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is hosting this year's G-7, has invited South Korea, India and Australia to attend the leaders' summit in Cornwall in June

Yoshihide Suga

Yoshihide Suga. Photo: Bloomberg

Japan has raised concerns about British proposals to invite Australia, India and South Korea to a meeting of Group of Seven foreign ministers and have them sign up to a

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Topics : Japan UK G7

First Published: Jan 27 2021 | 7:10 PM IST

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