The G7 Summit is an international forum held annually for the leaders of the G7 member states of France, the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Italy, and Canada (ordered by presidency), and the European Union (EU). At the G7 Summit, the leaders of the G7, which shares fundamental values such as freedom, democracy and human rights, exchange candid views on important challenges the international community is facing at that time, such as the global economy, regional affairs and various global issues, and issue a document as an outcome of such discussions.
The G7 Health Ministers' Meeting is a ministerial meeting held in conjunction with the G7 Summit to discuss various issues in the global health sector among G7 ministers. In 2023, the G7 Health Ministers' Meeting is held in Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture.
Toward “build back better” from the COVID-19 pandemic, the G7 will work together and present a direction and action to strengthen prevention, preparedness and response (PPR) for public health emergencies, to contribute to achievement of more resilient, equitable and sustainable universal health coverage (UHC), and to promote health innovation, which is essential to support addressing these challenges.
1．Develop and strengthen global health architecture (GHA) for public health emergencies
2．Contribute to achieving more resilient, equitable and sustainable universal health coverage (UHC) through strengthening health systems
3．Promote health innovation to address various health challenges
Reference：Past G7 Health Ministers' Meetings