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At a WSJ event, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has confirmed that an in-person meeting of G7 finance ministers has been scheduled to take place in a month's time on 4-5 June.
- The statement says that: "June's meeting will seek to progress the Chancellor's G7 priorities of building a green and inclusive global economic recovery, protecting jobs, and supporting vulnerable countries to recover from the COVID pandemic. G7 Finance Ministers will be joined by the European Commission, Eurogroup, World Bank, IMF, and OECD for what will be the first in-person Finance Track meeting in over a year."
- A virtual meeting of fin mins and CB govs will be held on 28 May to prepare for the 4-5 June meeting.
- The finance ministers' meeting comes a week before the main G7 summit due to be hosted by UK PM Boris Johnson in-person in Cornwall, England from 11-13 June.