Joe Biden’s first foreign trip as President of the United States of America will be to the UK and Belgium in June for major international summits, the White House has confirmed.
A statement from U.S. Press Secretary Jen Psaki from Friday seen by this publication revealed that President Biden would be attending the G7 summit in Cornwall, south-west England, between June 11th and 13th, where he is anticipated to also hold bilateral meetings with fellow G7 leaders, including Conservative British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Biden will then travel to Brussels, Belgium, the effective capital of the 27-member state European Union, to take part in the June 14th NATO Summit. The president will also participate in a U.S.-EU summit, which will “underscore our commitment to a strong Transatlantic partnership based on shared interests and values” and discuss a “common agenda” on various issues, including “climate change”.
“This trip will