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President Biden’s first international trip: 4 countries, 8 days

By Jimmie Johnson (Reporter), Ben Burke (Producer), (Editor)

President Joe Biden is on his first international trip since taking office. Where is he going? Who is he meeting? And what topics are being discussed? Get caught up here.

JIMMIE JOHNSON: PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN IS ON HIS FIRST OVERSEAS TRIP AS PRESIDENT. HIS GOAL TO BOLSTER ALLIANCES.

THE FIRST LEG OF THE TRIP TAKES HIM AND THE FIRST LADY TO ENGLAND.
THE PRESIDENT IS SCHEDULED TO MEET WITH BRITISH PRIME MINISTER BORIS JOHNSON THURSDAY.
THEN, IT’S THE G-7 SUMMIT FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY.

EXPECTED TOPICS INCLUDE PANDEMIC RESPONSE AND CLIMATE CHANGE.
BIDEN IS ALSO SCHEDULED TO MEET WITH QUEEN ELIZABETH ON SUNDAY.

THEN, ON MONDAY, IT’S OFF TO BELGIUM FOR THE NATO SUMMIT, WHERE HE’LL MEET WITH LEADERS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION TO TALK ABOUT TRADE WITH CHINA AND RUSSIA.

THAT SETS UP THE HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED FACE-TO-FACE MEETING WITH RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN NEXT WEDNESDAY IN GENEVA.

BIDEN IS EXPECTED TO PRESSURE PUTIN TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE RECENT CYBER ATTACKS AND THE REPEATED EFFORTS TO INTERFERE IN U-dS ELECTIONS.

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