Joe Biden is preparing for his first foreign trip: he will meet with the European Union, NATO, the G7, and Vladimir Putin.
The US president will travel on Wednesday, and, as he explained, the visit is an attempt to feel the renewed commitment of the United States with its allies and partners.
US President Joe Biden will begin a tour of Europe on Wednesday. He will meet with G7, NATO, the European Union, and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
This will be Biden's first trip abroad since taking office. As he explained in an opinion column in the Washington Post, this visit to Europe seeks to make the United States' renewed commitment with its allies and partners a reality.
Whether it is eradicating the COVID-19 epidemic everywhere, meeting the demands of the acute climate crisis, or countering the harmful activities of the governments of China and Russia, the United States must be taken from the place of power.
First, Biden will visit the United Kingdom, where he will meet with Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Later, they will discuss the world's health and economic situation, climate change, and climate change at the G7 summit.
Later, already in Belgium, the President will attend a NATO summit. He will sign "America's unwavering commitment to the Fifth Article" and guarantee "solid" support in the face of future challenges. Including such threats. Such as cyber. "
Also, in Brussels, he will discuss with the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the President of the Council, Charles Michel, how the United States and Europe can meet global challenges.
We will focus on ensuring that market democracies, neither China nor anyone else, write the laws of the 21st century around trade and technology. "We will continue to pursue the goal of a free and peaceful Europe," Biden said.
UN figures "do not find conflict with Russia.
Finally, the US President's visit will conclude with a meeting with his Russian counterpart in Geneva. Biden has assured that Russia is ready to meet the challenges to European security from the beginning of his aggression in Ukraine. The United States will not doubt its commitment to defending democratic values. ۔
He remarked that the United States does not want conflict but wants a stable and predictable relationship in which it is possible to work together on issues related to stability and arms control.
President Putin knows that I will not hesitate to respond to future harmful activities. "When we meet, I will reaffirm our commitment to upholding the human rights and dignity of the United States, Europe, and related democratic rights," Biden said in his article.