Russia, China and Iran will top the agenda.
Foreign ministers from the G7 group of industrialised nations have begun talks at their first summit in more than two years.
The meeting in London will address issues including China, Russia and Iran.
Britain's Foreign secretary Dominic Raab's chairing the discussions - there are screens between those taking part.
Today, UK Foreign Secretary @DominicRaab convenes the first meeting of #G7 Foreign Ministers under our #G7UK Presidency to discuss issues including humanitarian situations in Libya, Syria and Ethiopia, threats to democracy, strengthening trade links, and battling climate change. https://t.co/4hANjsUXct— G7 UK (@G7) May 4, 2021