Biden has stressed that both leaders have committed to "strengthen ties" in a year that marks the 160th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between the two nations.
The president of the United States, Joe Biden, has recognized the support of Italy in Afghanistan in the matter of "peace and security" and, in a meeting with the Italian Prime Minister, Mario Draghi, they have discussed policies towards Russia and China.
The leaders of both countries have agreed to work together on global challenges and common foreign policy priorities: especially in China, Russia, and Libya, the White House detailed in a statement.
In addition, the Biden Administration has stressed that both leaders have committed to "strengthen ties" in a year that marks the 160th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two nations.
In addition, they have reiterated their dedication to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic and to rebuild better health security globally for the future.
Finally, the US president congratulated Italy on its leadership in this year's G20 and praised its focus on "people, planet, and prosperity."
The meeting between Draghi and Biden has taken place on the sidelines of the G7 summit, which is held throughout this weekend in the English city of Cornwall.
THE "DEFINITE" RETURN OF THE US TO THE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION FRAMEWORK
The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has pointed out that the United States has "definitely" returned to the international cooperation framework after the end of the Administration of former US President Donald Trump.
"We have to face many challenges, many crises (...) and for all these issues, what we need is cooperation. And I think it is great to have the president of the United States - Joe Biden - as part of the club and very willing to cooperate," said Macron in statements after a meeting with Biden in the framework of the G7 meeting, collected by the White House.
For his part, Biden has remarked that these days he has had "the opportunity to spend time with President Macron and meet him," and that "although there are still things to talk about later, things are going well."
"I think we can do a lot. America is back. America is back. We feel very strongly connected with NATO", declared the US president.
In addition, he has cataloged the European Union as an "incredibly strong" entity that has "a lot to do" with Western Europe's ability to deal with economic issues and also be the "backbone and support of NATO."
The meeting between the two leaders took place in the context of the G7 meeting in the English city of Cornwall. According to a statement from the White House, both leaders have stressed their commitment to "deepen bilateral relations and with the transatlantic alliance," according to a statement from the White House.
Thus, they highlighted their dedication to ending the pandemic, including through the donation of vaccines against COVID-19 to countries in need and seeking formulas to reform the international tax system to address inequalities.
Along the same lines, Biden has highlighted France's role in climate matters through the Paris Agreement. Both presidents have underlined their goal of achieving ambitious results at the next climate summit, to be held in Glasgow in November.
AXIS OF PEACE, SECURITY, AND PROSPERITY OF NORTHEAST ASIA
The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, met this Friday with the South Korean Foreign Minister, Chung Eui Yong. They have certified their alliance as an "axis of peace, security and prosperity" of Northeast Asia Indian-Pacific region.
Both representatives have highlighted the importance of cooperation between their nations to "promote shared values and address the challenges of today and the future," as State Department spokesman Ned Price detailed in a statement.
In addition, they highlighted the importance of multilateral cooperation to address "critical issues for regional stability," including the need to guide Burma again "on the path of democracy."
For its part, Blinken has published a message on its social networks in which it has positively valued the meeting in Cornwall.
"We stress the importance of cooperation between the United States, South Korea, and Japan to address regional and global issues," he said.