President Joe Biden has closed his first Group of Seven leaders' summit, saying it was an ``extraordinary, collaborative and productive meeting.''
Biden on Sunday praised agreements to help the world combat COVID-19 and to set a global minimum tax for corporations everywhere.
He spoke at a news conference in Newquay, England, after the conclusion of a three-day summit in nearby Carbis Bay of leaders of the world's largest economies.
Biden is on the first overseas trip of his nearly 5-month-old presidency.
His next stop is London and Sunday afternoon tea with Queen Elizabeth II, joined by first lady Jill Biden.
Afterward, Biden flies to Brussels to attend a NATO summit. The trip ends Wednesday in Geneva, where Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet.