Joe Biden has arrived in Britain on his first foreign tour since becoming the President of the United States. Here he has reached to participate in the G-7 conference to be held in Cornwell. The conference will run from June 11-13. His journey is very special in many ways. Let us tell you that Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain, and America are included in the G-7. The G-7 may be of three days but their tour is much longer than that. Biden will then meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Ziva on June 16. This meeting is going to be very special because of the bad relations between the US and Russia for a long time. During this, both will keep their controversial issues face to face openly.
In this conference, some specific issues like the availability of the corona vaccine, trade, climate change, and rebuilding of infrastructure in developing countries will be discussed for the world battling the pandemic. It is also being said that pressure will also be put on the supply of vaccines in this. Let us tell you that this conference is taking place at a time when many countries and global organizations are constantly asking that rich countries donate their extra doses of vaccines to poor countries. Therefore, this issue is expected to be raised in full swing. Significantly, along with America, Britain has also talked about donating the vaccine, but it has not disclosed how much does it will give. At the same time, America has announced to give 20 million vaccine doses only last week.
After the conference, Biden and Jill will visit Windsor Castle to meet the Queen of Britain. After this, he will also go to Belgium and then to Switzerland. On Thursday, he will meet British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Carbis Bay. Earlier on Wednesday, when he landed at Mildenhall in Suffolk, US Army officers and his family were present to lead him there. Here he addressed them. US First Lady Jill Biden was also present with President Biden. On this occasion, Biden said that America is back and democracies around the world stand shoulder to shoulder with us to face every challenge. He also said that we have to think about our people in every situation and preserve our values for the future as well.