VBox7 logo

France: G7 leaders and summit guests pose for 'family photo' in Biarritz

2 589 26.08.2019 Инфо

*MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE*
W/S French president Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte welcoming Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Biarritz
M/S Macron and wife posing for photo with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
W/S Exterior of Hotel du Palais
M/S Macron and his wife posing for photo with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and his wife María Begona Gomez
M/S Egyptian president Abdel Fatah El-Sisi entering
W/S Exterior of Hotel du Palais
W/S President of European Council Donald Tusk walking with his wife Malgorzata
W/S Exterior of Hotel du Palais
M/S United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Gutterez entering
W/S Exterior of Hotel du Palais
M/S German Chancellor Angela Merkel greeting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
W/S Leaders gathering for 'family photo'
W/S US President Donald Trump greets German Chancellor Angela Merkel with kiss on cheeks
W/S Leaders gathering for 'family photo'
M/S Egyptian President Abdel Fatah El-Sisi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
W/S Leaders posing for 'family photo'
M/S Macron talking to Merkel
W/S Spouses joining leaders for photo
M/S Trump, Brigitte Macron, Macron and Merkel
W/S Leaders posing for photo with spouses
W/S US president Donald Trump and his wife Melania
W/S Leaders and spouses leaving podium after posing for photo
M/S Trump talking to Macron
W/S Leaders and spouses
W/S Phare de Biarritz
SCRIPT
G7 leaders, their spouses and guests of the summit posed for a 'family photo' after a day of talks in the resort town of Biarritz on Sunday. Footage shows French president Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte welcoming them at Hotel du Palais, the summit's venue.
France is currently holding the group's presidency and it chose to change the format by inviting leaders from outside the bloc. Paris said it wanted 'leaders of major democracies with regional influence, African partners and civil society representatives' to join the event.
The G7 summit is wrapping up on Monday with world leaders discussing a number of global issues.