When Biden first arrived in Europe, he called Russia: he will not back down at the Russia-US summit
China News Service, June 10th. According to a comprehensive report, on the 9th local time, US President Biden embarked on his first overseas trip since he took office and arrived in Europe. At the beginning of the eight-day trip to Europe, he praised the United States for its firm commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and warned Russia.
On the 9th local time, Biden addressed about 1,000 soldiers and their families at an air base in the UK.
Biden said, “This is my first overseas visit as the President of the United States. I will attend the G7 summit, then the NATO summit, and then meet Putin to let him know what I want him to know.”
He said: “At every moment in this process, we will make it clear that the United States is back and that democracies around the world are standing together to meet the most difficult challenges and vital to our future. Important issues.”
Biden not only talked about the restoration of US allies in Europe, but said they are the cornerstone of global security. He also emphasized that he will not shrink from the meeting with Putin.
“We do not seek to conflict with Russia,” Biden said, “We want a stable and predictable relationship… But I have made it clear: If the Russian government engages in harmful activities, the United States Will respond in a powerful and meaningful way.”
Biden said that he is determined to rebuild transatlantic relations and reshape relations with Russia.
According to reports, Biden’s next stop is Cornwall, where he will stay until the 13th to participate in bilateral talks with British Prime Minister Johnson and the G7 summit.