President Joe Biden is set to embark on a trip to London, Lithuania, and Finland in the coming days. The purpose of the trip is to attend the NATO summit in Lithuania and the US-Nordic Leaders summit in Finland.

Departing on July 9, his journey commences in London, where he is slated to engage in bilateral discussions with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and conduct an audience with King Charles III, in what the White House has described as a “mini-state visit.” Nat

This meeting has been long anticipated, following Prime Minister Sunak’s recent visit to Washington for talks with President Biden. Earlier this year, the President made a brief visit to Northern Ireland to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, during which he engaged in talks with Prime Minister Sunak in Belfast.

President Biden’s itinerary then leads him to Lithuania, where he will participate in the much-anticipated NATO summit. The gathering of world leaders aims to address pressing global security concerns and foster collaborative efforts among member nations.

From Lithuania, President Biden will proceed to Finland, where he will attend the US-Nordic Leaders summit.

President Biden is expected to return to the United States on July 13.

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