WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden, who is attending the G-7 summit, has reportedly planned to give China a crisis over where the corona first appeared. The meeting is also likely to result in shocking decisions for China.
U.S. National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan said China should make public the details of the corona’s appearance. In this regard, the United States, along with the rest of the world, will continue to give China a crisis. Listening to everything China says, the United States will not intervene. In addition, U.S. intelligence officials will continue to investigate Corona’s appearance.
The U.S. will take all necessary steps to make the details of Corona’s appearance known to the international community. The World Health Organization’s study on corona in China should be taken to the next level. Thus he spoke.
First overseas trip
Joe Biden begins his first foreign trip today (June 9) after taking office as US President. He travels to European countries such as Britain, Belgium and Switzerland to attend the G-7 Summit.
Joe Biden became President of the United States in January this year. He paid his full attention to the spread of the corona virus. The incidence of the virus has decreased in the United States. He did not travel to any country as the virus had spread to other countries.
In this regard, he is embarking on his first foreign trip today. He will first travel to the UK to attend the G-7 summit. Announcements are expected to be made at this meeting regarding the global plan against Corona. The federation is also expected to make a number of key decisions to tackle China’s competition.
He is due to hold talks with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on bilateral relations. During this trip until the end of next week, he will also attend the NATO conference. Participates in the European Union-United States Conference. During these trips, Joe Biden is expected to speak on corona prevention measures, security matters and the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.
Afterwards, Joe Biden will travel to Geneva, Switzerland to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. This is considered to be the most important meeting.