The G7 leaders have reached a consensus that they need a unified approach towards China, the administration of US President Joe Biden said. The session on international issues was held on June 12 at the summit in the British city of Carbis Bay.
вЂњThere was a consensus on the desire to point out violations of human rights and violations of fundamental freedoms that relate to the values that we share,вЂќ said a source familiar with the discussions of the leaders of the вЂњsevenвЂќ.
According to him, the G7 states have demonstrated a commitment to вЂњrespond to what we see.вЂќ The source explained that the G7 leaders agreed that they needed a unified approach to China's export practices at " unfairly low prices.вЂќ They came to the need to ensure the sustainability of the supply chain.
The US administration noted that during the discussions on China on Saturday, " everyone mostly had the same understanding.вЂќ