On Covid-19, as we’ve already talked about, not only will there be a significant commitment of doses, but an embrace of a broader roadmap to help end the pandemic.
On climate, we will have more to say over the next couple of days, but the G7 countries will not only recommit to what they’ve laid out at the president’s leaders summit on climate, as well as their own national contributions, but there will be tangible action proposed and adopted at this G7, on climate.
And then, in terms of infrastructure and the enormous need for low- and middle-income countries around the world to have their infrastructure requirements met, the G7+ will embrace a high-standards, transparent, climate-friendly, non-corrupt mechanism for investing in the physical, digital, and health infrastructure of low- and middle-income countries. It will be an alternative to that which other countries, including China, are offering.
And then, of course, there will be discussion of all of the hotspots and the key regional challenges, as well as the way in which new technologies are reshaping our world. So they will discuss ransomware and how to set the rules of the road on all forms of emerging technology so that it’s democracies, and not autocracies, who are laying the foundation for standards as we go forward.
All of this will end up getting enshrined in the G7 leaders communiqué that will be released at the conclusion of the summit. There will be a few other leader-level documents as well, but that’s the broad basis of what we’re trying to accomplish: meaningful outcomes on Covid, on climate, on the global economy, on infrastructure, on ransomware, and cyber.