Confrontation with modern threats and opponents will form the basis of the agenda of Joe Biden’s first foreign tour as President of the United States. On Wednesday, June 9, he will travel to Europe for a series of meetings with “closest democratic partners”, including G7 leaders, NATO allies, the EU leadership, and a personal meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. This is stated in Biden’s column for The Washington Post entitled: “My trip to Europe is dedicated to the return to the unification of world democracies by America” from June 6, c. p.
During a meeting in Brussels with the President of the European Commission and the President of the European Council, Biden will discuss coordinating the efforts of the United States and Europe in the face of global challenges.
“We will focus on ensuring that market democracies, not China or anyone else, write 21st century rules on trade and technology. We will aim to create a united, free and peaceful Europe, “Biden wrote.
President Joe Biden and his allies have vowed to “confront Russia’s challenges to Europe’s security, beginning with its aggression in Ukraine.” He stressed that the United States does not seek to aggravate relations with Russia.
“We want a stable and predictable relationship in which we can work with Russia on issues such as strategic stability and arms control,” the statement said.