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Biden’s first trip abroad as president
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden hold talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, after their bilateral meeting on Thursday 10 June ahead of the G7 summit.

Andrew Parsons / No10 Downing Street / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images

Updated at 3:59 PM ET, Thu June 10, 2021

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden hold talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, after their bilateral meeting on Thursday 10 June ahead of the G7 summit.

Andrew Parsons / No10 Downing Street / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images

President Joe Biden is traveling to the UK, Belgium and Switzerland on his first international trip since taking office.

Biden will meet with several allies and partners and attend the Group of Seven summit hosted by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Cornwall. He will also attend a NATO summit and a US-EU summit in Brussels.

The trip comes as Biden seeks to renew the United States’ commitment to its allies and partners abroad and underscores his own commitment to working with other countries to resolve global issues.

The president will also travel to Geneva, Switzerland, to hold a long-awaited summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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