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Published on 15 June 2021 at 10:49

Biden visits Europe

US president Joe Biden arrived in Europe for his first international tour since he was elected to office last November. The first visit in his itinerary was the United Kingdom for the G7 summit, followed by a visit in Brussels for the NATO and EU-US summit.

Biden was then scheduled to go to Geneva for a much anticipated meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, followed by a meeting with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Biden’s visit to Europe was eagerly anticipated. After Donald Trump’s whimsical presidency, one expects real changes. Biden stressed the strength of the transatlantic alliance and the role of democracy. When he left the summit, he tweeted:

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