Foreign ministers from the G7 countries will arrive in London on Monday for their first in-person gathering since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, APA reports citing BBC.
A range of safety measures have been put in place - including regular Covid-19 testing.
The gathering comes a month before G7 leaders, including US President Joe Biden, will travel to Cornwall for a June summit.
The UK currently holds the rotating presidency of the group, which also includes France, Germany, Canada, Japan and Italy.
The G7 ministers are expected to discuss a range of policies including a target to help send 40 million more girls to school from low and middle-income countries.