"America is back. We are committed —we have never fully left — but we are reasserting the fact it is overwhelmingly in the interest of the United States to have a great relationship with NATO and with the EU," President Joe Biden said, adding he has "a very different view than [his] predecessor."
President Biden and Prime Minister Boris Johnson will emphasize a vision of recovery from the pandemic that builds on the “special relationship.” Follow our updates.
President Joe Biden said in the UK Thursday that the U.S. will serve as the 'arsenal of vaccines,' as he touted an effort to send 500 million doses abroad and said it would improve stability and growth.
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The speed at which new coronavirus infections have been rising has piled the pressure on Boris Johnson to delay the reopening so more people can get vaccinated.
The EU wants the U.S. to commit to end their aircraft-related tariffs and metal duties next week, according to a draft statement seen by CNBC.
Biden to announce at the start of the G-7 summit that the U.S. will donate enough Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to inoculate 250 million in poor countries.