On Monday, US President Joe Biden intends to present his vision of foreign policy aimed at "restoring America's place in the world." This was reported by NBCnews with reference to a senior representative of the presidential administration.
According to the official, the announcement of the new foreign policy will take place during Biden's scheduled visit to the State Department, where he will meet with staff.
In addition, the president is expected to sign a number of executive documents related to the implementation of the new US approach in the world arena. Among them, in particular, there will be a decision to form a working group to reunite the families of migrants separated during the Trump administration.
Biden faces many foreign policy challenges, including the problems of Iran, North Korea, Russia, China, and the war in Afghanistan that began 20 years ago.
Biden sharply criticized former President Donald Trump's foreign policy during the 2020 election campaign and announced dramatic changes if he wins the election. In particular, he promised to step up work with US allies and confront adversaries such as Russia.
After his inauguration, in his first call to Russian President Vladimir Putin this week, Biden raised several issues that cause disagreement between the two countries, including Moscow's interference in elections and a five-year extension of the strategic arms reduction treaty.
Biden also said, unlike his predecessor, that he plans to resume diplomatic interaction with Iran.
The new head of the White House has already issued decrees on the accession of the United States to the Paris Climate Agreement and the World Health Organization, participation in which was terminated during the Trump presidency.