The White House said United States President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron agreed the G7 Group meeting should hold a direct and immediate meeting.
The two leaders opposed the country after a telephone discussion on Thursday (28/5).
Trump in March 2020 canceled the meeting of the leaders of the Group of Seven who won June 10 in the United States because the corona virus outbreak spread throughout the world and increased international travel.
Last week, Trump put forward a proposal to return to plans to hold a face-to-face meeting because he thought it gave the impression of the world returning to normal. Trump requested a conference held at President Camp David's resting place in Maryland.
Robert O'Brien announced on Sunday (5/24), the official meeting, the meeting will be held at the end of June.
An official at the Elysee Palace last week said Macron was ready to leave for the United States to go to meet the G7 if traveling permits amid the corona virus pandemic.