Since the Coronation in May, the US president will be meeting the King for the first time.
From July 9 to July 13, Mr. Joe Biden will be on a diplomatic trip abroad, visiting Lithuania and Finland as well.
On Monday, July 10, the president and King Charles were scheduled to meet at Windsor Castle, according to Buckingham Palace.
Instead of Mr. Joe Biden, his wife, First Lady Jill Biden, and their granddaughter attended the King’s coronation in May.
The Bidens attended Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in September at Westminster Abbey. They went to the King’s reception for international leaders on the night before the funeral.
His visit comes after Mr. Sunak’s two-day journey to Washington in June, during which the two leaders spoke about Ukraine, the economy in the wake of Brexit, and the benefits and drawbacks of artificial intelligence.
The White House declared that the summit this month would further solidify the tight ties between our two countries.
Prime Minister To Welcome President Joe Biden During UK Visit
A similar statement from Downing Street noted that Mr. Biden’s impending visit demonstrates the close ties between the US and the UK.
Later this month, the prime minister plans to greet President Biden in the UK, according to a No. 10 spokesperson.
This demonstrates the close ties between the US and the UK, which were strengthened through a number of bilateral visits and meetings earlier this year. We’ll provide further information when it’s appropriate.
When Mr. Joe Biden visited Belfast earlier this year to commemorate the Good Friday Agreement’s 25th anniversary, he had a brief encounter with Mr. Sunak.
The US president will next visit the UK before heading to Vilnius, Lithuania, for the 11–12 July Nato summit.
On his last day, he will travel to Helsinki, Finland, for a US-Nordic Leaders Summit, where the Russia-Ukraine War is anticipated to be the main topic of discussion.