In addition to Alberto Fernandez, four other countries will be meeting the world’s most industrialized nations; South Africa, India, Indonesia and Senegal were also called
hey G7 – Group of the world’s most industrialized countries made up of Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom – officially invited this Wednesday, 1 Argentina To list the countries that will meet at the end of June in Bavaria, a state located in southeast Germany. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz confirmed the invitation to Argentine President Alberto Fernandez. Recently, the commander of Casa Rosada met with Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron in Berlin. In addition to the single South American country, South Africa, India, Indonesia and Senegal will sit alongside the G7 countries to debate global politics. without official criteria for choosing the country to be invited to attend the industrialized meeting, Brazil An invitation to attend the meeting was not received.