The German government has released their review of their G7 Presidency. The 35 page report reviews each of the G7 agenda items detailing the commitments
and the follow-up and progress the German Presidency has undertaken since the Summit. The report is an immensely useful document as it sets out the key agenda items against their commitments. It is not, however, completely comprehensive as it leaves out some of the communique language which welcomed and ‘looked forward’ to which are always an important element of the direction of the group if not their actual commitments. Worth a read though.