US President Biden warns Russian leader Putin on his first trip abroad

US President Biden warns Russian leader Putin on his first trip abroad

Biden has arrived in the UK to attend the G7 Summit in the resort town of Cornwall.

Biden, whose plane landed at Mildenhall Military Base in the city of Suffolk, addressed a crowd of US Air Force personnel and their families.

Biden, who made his first trip abroad as president, said at every point of his contacts in Europe that he would “make clear that the United States is back and will act together in tackling the toughest challenges of the world’s democracies and the issues most important to their future.”

Pointing out that he will also meet with Russian leader Putin as part of his contacts, Biden said, “I will tell him what I want him to know.” he said.


Noting that the United States is not seeking tensions with Russia, but wants a “stable, predictable relationship,” Biden said, “But I was clear that if the Russian government engages in harmful activities, the United States would respond in a firm and meaningful way, we have already shown that. In the United States, Europe and elsewhere.” I will convey that there will be consequences for violating the sovereignty of democracies.” used the phrases.

The US President also said Washington’s commitment to the transatlantic alliance is “solid as a rock”.


On the first leg of his European tour, Biden will meet with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on 10 June and with British Queen Elizabeth II on 13 June.

Biden, who will travel to Brussels, the capital of Belgium, after England, will attend the NATO Summit to be held on June 14. The President of the United States will have his first face-to-face meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan as president.

Biden will attend the US-EU Summit in Brussels on June 15 and will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland, on June 16.

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