Washington US President Joe Biden’s first overseas trip will take him to the G7 summit in Great Britain and the NATO summit in Belgium in June. The White House announced on Friday that a top meeting of the US and the European Union was planned in Brussels.
Along the journey, Biden wanted to underline his goal of reviving transit relations and cooperation with allies. At a summit of seven major industrialized countries in Cornwall from 11 to 13 June, Biden will reaffirm his commitment to multilateralism.
He will also hold bilateral talks with the G7 heads of government and government, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. At the G7 summit, Biden is likely to meet Chancellor Angela Merkel in person for the first time since taking office on 20 January.
From Great Britain, Biden travels to Brussels on 14 June for a meeting of the Heads of State and Government of 30 NATO countries. “President Biden will reaffirm the United States’ commitment to NATO, transit security and collective defense,” the White House said in a statement.
During his stay in Brussels, Biden will also attend the top meeting with the European Union. Among other things, it should be about the fight against the epidemic, the revival of the global economy, the fight against climate change, the strengthening of democracy and other general foreign policy concerns.
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