US Wants to Discuss China's Future at G7 Summit
US authorities want to discuss the "future of China" at the G7 expanded group summit. This was announced on Sunday by American journalists from the presidential pool, citing the head of the White House for Strategic Communications Alyssa Farah.
Earlier, US President Donald Trump said he plans to hold a G7 summit in September. The owner of the White House intends to invite Russia, Australia and South Korea to a meeting.
US authorities blame COVID-19 on China. In Washington, it is believed that the virus was accidentally or intentionally released from a laboratory in Wuhan, where the first outbreak occurred. Trump even threatened Beijing with sanctions and a severance of relations. The Chinese authorities deny their guilt, claiming that coronavirus is a natural disaster that has equally hit all countries.