Foreign ministers from around the world are gathering in London today for the G7 Foreign and Development Ministers' meeting.
This two-day in-person meeting is the first of its kind in almost two years.
In addition to the G7 members, also invited this year are South Korea, India, South Africa and Brunei, which is representing ASEAN.
This is South Korea's first time at the G7.
The ministers will be discussing geopolitical issues, including the protection of democracy, freedom and human rights.
Also on the agenda are relationships with Russia, China and Iran as well as the turmoil in Myanmar and Syria.
They will also discuss vaccines, climate change and gender equality.