NATO: Joe Biden arrived in Brussels for a summit and an EU-US meeting
Joe Biden arrived in Brussels on Sunday June 13 in the evening to participate in a NATO summit which will begin on Monday June 14. A meeting between the American president and the presidents of the institutions of the European Union is scheduled for Tuesday, June 15, before a meeting with the Russian president in Geneva on Wednesday, June 16.
After leaving his first G7 summit which was held in Carbis Bay in England, his plane touched down at Melsbroek military airport in Brussels at 8:49 p.m. Joe Biden was greeted by Alexander De Croo, the Belgian Prime Minister. He then joined the United States Embassy in Brussels where he will stay during his stay . Important arrangements have been made to ensure the safety of Joe Biden and the leaders of the other 29 Alliance countries during their stay.
Monday, June 14, the NATO summit will mark “the reunion” between America and its allies, mistreated during the presidency of Donald Trump . The working session will take place from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., in order to adopt a declaration negotiated between the capitals.
The allies want to send a message of firmness to Russia before the summit between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin scheduled for Wednesday June 16 in Geneva.
Joe Biden to meet Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
NATO members will also launch the review of NATO’s strategic concept to prepare the Alliance to face new threats in space, cyberspace and China’s entrism. They will also adopt a code of conduct to put an end to the tensions caused by the unilateral decisions of the United States on the withdrawal from Afghanistan and the military interventions of Turkey in Syria, Libya and the Caucasus. After the working session, Joe Biden will have a long talk with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.