The country’s former President Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia as his first foreign trip. Biden’s first overseas trip meant a reversal of Trump’s attitude toward American allies.
US President Joe Biden
First Overseas Trip of US President Joe Biden: Joe Biden as US President will make his first foreign trip in June and during this time he will hold talks with key US allies. The White House is expected to announce their visit on Friday. Biden will participate in the Group Seven Summit meeting held in Cornwall, England from 11 to 13 June. He will then travel to Brussels, where he will hold a meeting with the leadership of the European Union (EU).
In addition, Biden will attend the summit of leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) on 14 June. Between meetings with America’s closest allies, Biden invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to a summit held in a third country in the coming months. However, no date has been set for this yet. Recently, most American presidents have chosen North American neighbors as part of their first foreign trip.
Trump visited Saudi
The country’s former President Donald Trump visited Riyadh, Saudi Arabia as part of his first foreign trip. Biden’s first overseas trip meant a reversal of Trump’s attitude toward American allies. Johannes Abraham, executive secretary and chief of staff of the National Security Council, said, “This is a practical opportunity to connect with key allies on shared opportunities and challenges.” Earlier, in February and March in Biden, there was a ‘virtual bilateral’ meeting with Canada and Mexico.
Biden met Suga
Biden also had his first face-to-face meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga at the White House last week. The President of South Korea, Moon Jae-in, is coming on next week’s visit. Biden’s visit to the UK and EU has been announced after the end of the two-day virtual climate change. Which was hosted by Biden. 40 leaders of the world including Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi took part in this conference.
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