A panel of international experts is meeting to consider how the development of vaccines can be accelerated in response to any new pandemic.
Britain is to step up its advocacy to encourage world leaders to take up more ambitious targets to tackle the “greatest challenge” of climate change.
The UK and international allies have expressed concerns about reports of human rights abuses and violations of international law in Ethiopia’s conflict-hit region of Tigray.
Britain is to use its presidency of the G7 group of industrialised nations to press for far-reaching reform of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), International Trade Secretary Liz Truss has said.
Boris Johnson has invited South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to attend the forthcoming G7 summit in Cornwall as a guest.
Foreign ministers from the G7 nations have condemned the “intimidation and oppression” of protesters in Myanmar following the country’s military coup.
Britain should not wait until it has a surplus of coronavirus vaccines to donate them to developing countries, the new head of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has said.
Joe Biden has called on fellow world leaders to show together that “democracies can still deliver” as he underscored his administration’s determination to quickly turn the page on Donald Trump’s “America First” approach.
Boris Johnson had to ask German leader Angela Merkel to put herself on mute after she inadvertently interrupted his remarks to a virtual meeting of G7 leaders.
Boris Johnson has told global leaders there is “no point” in vaccinating national populations if efforts are not made to ensure the “whole world” receives jabs.
The UK will donate its spare Covid-19 vaccines through a global scheme rather than attempt to use the life-saving treatments for “diplomatic leverage” with developing nations, a Government minister has said.
Boris Johnson will pledge to donate the majority of surplus coronavirus vaccines to poorer nations as he tries to rally world leaders to work together on efforts to combat the pandemic.
Boris Johnson will urge world leaders to work together to defeat the “common foe” of coronavirus when he hosts his first meeting of the UK presidency of the G7.
Myanmar’s new leader has said the military government installed after Monday’s coup plans to investigate alleged fraud in last year’s elections and will prioritise the pandemic and the economy.