They will emphasize “the deep bilateral relations” between the two countries Angela Merkel and Joe Biden at their July 15 meeting at the White House, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said today.
“The leaders will discuss their commitment to working closely together in a range of common challenges, including ending its pandemic Covid-19, “tackling the threat of climate change and promoting economic prosperity and international security based on our common democratic values,” Psaki was quoted as saying by AMPE.
This announcement was made on the first day of the G7 summit in England. Since taking office, Biden has welcomed two other world leaders, Japan and South Korea.
The French agency points out that the German chancellor, who will leave the chancellery after the parliamentary elections in September, had a particularly difficult relationship with Donald Trump.