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Biden arrives in Brussels for NATO, EU summits
On Wednesday, Biden will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, before returning to Washington
AFP , Sunday 13 Jun 2021
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US President Joe Biden arrived Sunday in Brussels for two days of summits with leaders from the NATO military alliance and the European Union.
Biden, on his first foreign trip as president, flew in from Britain, where he attended a G7 summit. On Wednesday, he will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, before returning to Washington.
 
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