In Pictures: President Biden’s Trip to Europe

By The New York Times

June 10, 2021

President Biden, in his first journey overseas since taking workplace, arrived in Europe on Wednesday with a frightening agenda: Reassure allies that the hostility of the Trump years was a momentary aberration in U.S. coverage, coax them towards coordinated insurance policies on Russia, China, international warming and the coronavirus, after which confront Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.

It can be a formidable set of challenges within the best of instances. These usually are not these instances.

Mr. Biden is combating to pursue his home agenda, together with a trillion-dollar infrastructure spending plan, with razor-thin Democratic management of Congress and decided Republican opposition. The United States is properly alongside the highway to rising from the pandemic and recession, however a lot of the world stays caught of their grip, and well being consultants warn that no nation is protected from the virus till each nation is.

Mr. Biden traveled first to Cornwall, the southwestern tip of England, the place the annual summit assembly of the Group of seven massive, rich democracies can be held from Friday by means of Sunday. Beginning on Thursday, he can even maintain one-on-one conferences with different G7 leaders, and on Sunday he’ll go to Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle. He will then meet with NATO officers and leaders from the European Union subsequent week earlier than ending his whirlwind tour on Wednesday when he meets Mr. Putin in Geneva.

Thursday

Mr. Biden met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Carbis Bay in Cornwall, earlier than Friday’s assembly of the Group of seven main industrial nations.

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The first woman, Dr. Jill Biden, wore a jacket with the phrase “Love” on it.

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Military police outdoors the Carbis Bay Hotel, the place world leaders are gathering.

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Mr. Biden and Mr. Johnson checked out a replica of the Atlantic Charter and historic images throughout their assembly.

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Wednesday

Mr. Biden and Dr. Biden, on the airport in Cornwall.

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Mr. Biden delivered remarks to U.S. army personnel and their households stationed at Royal Air Force Mildenhall within the United Kingdom.

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“We have to end Covid-19, not just at home, which we’re doing, but everywhere,” Mr. Biden informed United States troops.

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