The leaders of the G7 came together Friday to kick off the summer in Carbis Bay, England. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson welcomed President Joe Biden, as well as leaders from Germany, Canada, France,  Italy, Japan, and the European Union.

AXIOS reports, “In addition to plans for global efforts to combat COVID-19, the first in-person gathering of G7 leaders since the pandemic began is anticipated to bring discussions about climate change and confronting Russia and China, among other topics.”

Many people are pointing out how this G7 seems much more amicable than the summits attended by former President Donald Trump.

Biden certainly seemed to be getting along well with his international counterparts.