World Joe Biden will receive Angela Merkel with White House on July 15th
AP PHOTOS: Biden wraps up 1st overseas trip of presidency
Joe Biden wrapped up the first overseas trip of his presidency Wednesday after rallying allies and facing off with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The eight-day, three-country swing included meetings with leaders of the Group of Seven wealthiest democracies in scenic Cornwall, England, and a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle. In Brussels, Biden huddled with nearly a dozen NATO allies and met with the leadership of the European Union. The stop was meant to convey a united front among alliance members in standing up to Russian aggression and human rights violations. © Provided by Associated Press People watch Air Force One, carrying U.S.
Joe Biden and Angela Merkel will meet in Washington on July 15th. Relations between the two countries had cooled down during the Trump era.
The US Presidentwill receive the German Chancellor on July 15 at the White House, announced Friday, June 11 his spokesman on the margin of the G7 summit in Cornwall.
Develop "Deep Links" between the two countries
The German leader, who has to leave the chancery after the legislative elections of September,
Biden and his aviators greet queen on a sunny afternoon
WINDSOR, England (AP) — President Joe Biden and his aviator sunglasses met Queen Elizabeth II on bright Sunday afternoon. The queen hosted the president and first lady Jill Biden at Windsor Castle, her royal residence near London. Biden flew to London after wrapping up his participation in a three-day summit of leaders of the world's wealthy democracies in Cornwall, in southwestern England. He arrived at the castle aboard the presidential helicopter and was ferried to the queen in a black Range Rover.
The visit of the Chancellor Merkel will highlight the deep links between the United States and Germany, said Jen Psaki in a statement, stating that the Pandemic of Covid-19 and the climate would be part of the priority topics of the meeting. .
To date, the Democratic President has received, in person, only two foreign leaders: Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and the South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Cooling Under the era Trump
If Germany and the United States traditionally maintained close relations, Mr. Trump's mandate had been marked by a significant cooling between Berlin and Washington.
The former president took part in what he considered the too weak German contribution to the NATO budget, but also to German exports.
He had announced in July, without consultation, the redeployment of 12,000 American soldiers stationed in Germany. This project was abandoned by Joe Biden as soon as he arrived in power.
Biden likely to come out of Putin summit empty-handed and risks handing the Kremlin a victory, former US officials warn .
"If there aren't clear deliverables criticism will grow that this high-level meeting ultimately benefited the Kremlin," a former US official said.Relations between the US and Russia have been deteriorating for years, and Washington has struggled to come up with an effective response to Putin's increasingly aggressive behavior both at home and abroad. Experts warn that Putin has no intention of using the meeting to improve relations, and question what Biden has to gain via the summit.