The meeting takes place in the center of Biarritz, at the Hotel du Palais, an establishment overlooking the Grande Plage.

The press center is planned at the Halle d'Iraty, 1 km away.

What is the official program of the summit?

The reception of G7 leaders organized in Biarritz will take place from Saturday at 19:30.

Here is the official program of the summit organized until Monday in the Basque city.

Saturday, August 24

19:30: Reception of the G7 leaders by Emmanuel Macron

8.30 pm: Informal dinner of Heads of State and Government

Sunday, August 25

9:30: Working Session "International Economy / Trade and continuing discussions on the international security agenda"

11:15: Bilateral interviews

12:45 pm: Welcome of the leaders of the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the World Trade Organization, the International Labor Organization, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, of the African Union and the African Development Bank

1 pm: Working lunch "Fight against inequalities"

2 pm: Presentation of the report of the Consultative Council for Gender Equality

14:45: Welcoming Heads of State and Government of South Africa, Burkina Faso, 2:45 pm: Welcoming Heads of State and Government of South Africa, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Senegal and Rwanda by the President of the Republic and representatives of the African Development Bank and the African Union.

15h: Working session "G7 Partnership with Africa".

4:45 pm: Press briefing Sahel

17h: Bilateral interviews

5:15 pm: Press Briefing on Women's Entrepreneurship in Africa

7:15 pm: Welcome of the leaders of Spain, Australia, Chile and India by Emmanuel Macron

19:30: Family photo

8:45 pm: Official dinner

Monday, August 26

9am: Bilateral interviews

10am: Working session "Climate, Biodiversity, Oceans"

12h: Bilateral interviews

1 pm: Working lunch "Digital Transformation"

14.45: Closing session of the G7

3 pm: Closing press conferences

The summit of the G7 that opens this Saturday in Biarritz (until Monday 26th) in the South of France promises to be electric with leaders at the antipodes on the major issues of the world.

To President Emmanuel Macron, who sees himself as the architect of a new world order, deploying treasures of diplomacy and skill to bring his peers in tune.

From Iran to taxes on GAFA through Brexit, the lines of fracture are multiplying.

Garett Skyport for DayNewsWorld