Brussels is welcoming the U.S. President on Monday at the NATO Summit. Joe Biden is expected to reassure the continent that Europe is a key ally.
Biden first travels to Britain to attend the G7 summit and then Brussels for a NATO summit. He will cap off his week with a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva.
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US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, recently visited NATO headquarters in Brussels to renew America's ties with the alliance. He tells us about his reasons for visiting Europe and what relations will look like under the Biden administration.
There was some relief for the EU this week both on vaccines and defence.
With a May 1st deadline looming, defence ministers from the NATO military alliance have chosen to delay a decision on whether to withdraw forces from Afghanistan.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg urged members of the military alliance to jointly fund more of its work at a virtual meeting of defence ministers on Wednesday.