Biden visits the UK to meet with Turkish President Erdogan EU News
The President of the United States seeks to restore the United States’ global leadership through a series of summits and diplomacy.
The White House announced on Thursday that US President Joe Biden’s first overseas visit starting next week will include a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and a meeting with Queen Elizabeth.
Starting on June 10, Biden plans to travel to Europe to participate in the summits of the Group of Seven, NATO and the European Union.
Biden will have a face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva on June 16 to conclude his first overseas trip.
The White House stated that Biden will meet with Erdogan during the NATO summit in Brussels on June 14. NATO leaders plan to discuss future threats and burden sharing, as well as plans for the United States and NATO troops to withdraw from Afghanistan.
According to the White House, Biden and Erdogan are expected to “discuss a full range of bilateral and regional issues.”
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement: “This visit will highlight America’s commitment to restoring our alliance, reviving transatlantic relations, and working closely with our allies and multilateral partners to respond to global challenges and better Protect the interests of the United States.”
After former President Donald Trump withdrew from the world stage and established relations with Trump’s estranged European allies, this visit will work in many ways to restore the United States’ global leadership.
The meeting between Biden and Putin was designated by the White House to “build a stable and predictable” Relations with RussiaDuring his presidency, Biden renewed an important strategic nuclear weapons treaty with Russia and warned Russia against cyber attacks and election interference in a telephone call with Putin on April 13.
White House officials are particularly concerned about Russia’s assembly of combat troops along its border with Ukraine. Biden said that after the attempted poisoning and imprisonment of Russian opposition figures, he will put pressure on Putin on human rights issues. Alexei Navalny.
Biden officially admitted in April that the Armenian genocide had caused Exchange harsh words Erdogan, but the United States and Turkey — NATO members — face a series of overwhelming security challenges in Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
Turkey has stated that it hopes to establish better relations with Washington under the leadership of Biden’s new administration and seeks to end US support for the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Force (YPG).
During his stay in Brussels, Biden will attend the US-EU summit on June 15. The leaders of the summit will seek to “ensure global health and safety, stimulate global economic recovery, address climate change, strengthen digital and trade cooperation, strengthen democracy, and resolve mutual conflicts. Foreign policy issues,” the White House said.
While in Brussels, Biden plans to meet with King Philip of Belgium and Prime Minister Alexander De Crowe.
Biden will meet with first lady Jill Biden Recently widowed Queen Elizabeth II will pay her respect at Windsor Castle, her royal residence on the outskirts of London, on June 13. Biden will meet with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on June 10 before the G7 summit in Cornwall, England, from June 11th to 13th.
The meeting with the Queen will be a summit where Biden will promote continued cooperation in combating the coronavirus pandemic, promoting global economic recovery, and shifting the multilateral agenda of the G7 to address climate change.
Russia was excluded from the G7 after annexing Crimea and infiltrating eastern Ukraine with Russian troops in 2014, which prompted the United States and the European Union to impose economic sanctions on Moscow.