- Biden’s visit is to affirm his commitment to “rebuilding alliances and revitalizing transatlantic relations.”
- Bilateral talks are scheduled to take place between Biden and other participants as part of the NATO summit
- Among the topics of the European-American summit, the White House mentions measures to “strengthen democracy.”
- More details about this visit and possible “additional elements” are expected
- The Slovak media have speculated about Joe Biden’s visit to Bratislava
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Information about Biden’s visit to Europe was provided by Jane Psaki, a White House spokeswoman. The trip aims to reaffirm the US President’s commitment to “rebuilding alliances and revitalizing transatlantic relations.”
President Biden will attend the G7 summit in Cornwall, United Kingdom, on June 11-13. It will include bilateral talks with leaders of the countries that make up this group (France, Japan, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Italy).
From Great Britain, the US president will travel to Belgium, where he will take part in the NATO summit on June 14 in Brussels. Joe Biden is to “reaffirm the US commitment to transatlantic security.” Psaki told that the summit scenes will also include bilateral talks with other participants.
During his stay in Brussels, President Biden will also participate in the summit between the United States and the European Union. The leaders will discuss “a common agenda to ensure global health security, promote global economic recovery, combat climate change, enhance digital and trade cooperation, enhance democracy, and address common foreign policy concerns.”
Jane Psaki said that more details should be expected about this visit and possible “additional elements”.
This week, the Slovak media speculated that Joe Biden was visiting Bratislava. The Pravda Daily reports on the possibility of the US President participating in the GLOBSEC Security Conference. Other leaders from Central and Eastern European countries, including the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, and the leader of the Belarusian opposition, Svyatlana Tsychanowska.
It is known that Joe Biden was invited by letter to visit Slovakia by the President of Slovakia, Zuzana Kaputova.
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Date created: April 23, 2021, 5:29 am