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Biden Will Try to Unite Allies During His First Trip to Europe

President Biden will try to unite allies behind a common approach to addressing a rising China when he travels to Europe on his first overseas trip as commander in chief.

Biden won’t be meeting with Chinese officials, but Beijing will be on the agenda across meetings with the Group of Seven (G-7), NATO and European leaders as the White House looks to make the case that democracies can deliver over autocracies.

The G-7 is expected to announce an initiative to finance infrastructure in the developing world as a counter to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, and Biden and European leaders will discuss how to push back on China’s economic practices.

Read the source article at The Hill

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