White House announces details of first overseas trip of President Biden

Source : 112 Ukraine

During the trip, the U.S. President will visit a few countries
11:30, 4 June 2021

U.S. President Joe Biden

U.S. President Joe Biden plans to participate in the G7 meeting, NATO and EU summits, and visit a few countries during his first overseas trip as the White House reported.

“President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. will travel to the United Kingdom, Belgium, and Switzerland in June 2021,” the message says.

The leader of America will be accompanied by First Lady Jill Biden.

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The White House added that the U.S. President intends to meet Prime Minister of the UK Boris Johnson on June 10, as well as he will participate in the G7 summit that will take place on June 11-13. He will also hold bilateral meetings with G7 leaders.

“On June 13, the President and Dr. Biden will meet Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle. Dr. Biden will return to the United States following this meeting,” the White House reported.

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Then, the U.S. President will head to Brussels. There he will participate in the NATO summit on June 14. Besides, Joe Biden will participate in the U.S.-EU summit on June 15 and meet His Majesty King Philippe of Belgium and Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo.

Then, President Biden will come to Geneva, where he meets Swiss President Guy Parmelin and Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis. Besides, in Geneva, Joe Biden will hold a bilateral meeting with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin. At the meeting, the leaders of state will discuss human rights and a number of recent cyberattacks aiming against American and international organizations.

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