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“NATO is critically important for U.S. interests in and of itself,” Biden said from NATO’s headquarters in Brussels while speaking with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. “Russia is not acting in a way that is consistent as we hoped, as well as China,” Biden said during his brief meeting with Stoltenberg. The new framework will be adopted at the 2022 NATO summit. At the end of the day, Biden is expected to hold a press conference from NATO headquarters. On Tuesday, Biden will participate in a summit with the European Union and then will travel to Geneva, Switzerland.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump’s, ” Biden, Jens Stoltenberg, Biden, Stoltenberg, , Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Vladimir Putin Organizations: WASHINGTON, NATO, European Union, Wednesday Locations: Brussels, Europe, United States, Russia, China, “ Russia, People’s Republic of China, U.S, Afghanistan, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Geneva, Switzerland, Ukraine
EMERGING MARKETS-Turkish lira outperforms, EM forex index slips
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Susan Mathew | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
MSCI’s index of EM currencies fell 0.2% ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting later in the week. Investors are watching out for any mention of monetary policy tightening that could hit market appetite for risk assets. Erdogan said over the weekend that Turkey had raised its forex swap line with China to $6 billion from $2.4 billion. Ahead of a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on June 16, Biden said that Russia might be weaker than it seemed under “autocrat” Putin. For GRAPHIC on emerging market FX performance in 2021, see For GRAPHIC on MSCI emerging index performance in 2021, see TOP NEWS across emerging marketsFor CENTRAL EUROPE market report, seeFor TURKISH market report, seeFor RUSSIAN market report, see (Reporting by Susan Mathew in Bengaluru; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan, Erdogan, Joe Biden, NATO’s, Russia’s rouble, Vladimir Putin, Biden, autocrat ” Putin, ” Morgan Stanley, Susan Mathew, Jacqueline Wong Organizations: U.S ., U.S, Federal Reserve, Credit Suisse, Western, CENTRAL Locations: Turkey, China, Brussels, Russian, U.S, Russia, Belarus, South Africa, Bengaluru
China Clouds Biden’s Transatlantic Reunion
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Rochelle Toplensky | ) + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Of all the differences between the U.S. and its allies in Europe, how to deal with China is the most intractable. Fresh from the G-7 love-in in Britain, President Biden is in Brussels this week to meet NATO and European Union leaders. There will no doubt be more warm words of trans-Atlantic harmony on subjects such as Covid-19, climate change and the importance of democracy. The weekend’s G-7 communiqué was mainly hawkish on China, but the accompanying commentary highlighted the balancing act the EU has to pull off. European leaders such as France’s Emmanuel Macron and Italy’s Mario Draghi stressed the need to cooperate with Beijing.
Persons: Biden, France’s Emmanuel Macron, Mario Draghi Organizations: U.S, NATO, European Union, Boeing, Airbus, EU, Initiative Locations: Europe, China, Britain, Brussels, Beijing, Washington, Central, Eastern
Biden to Emphasize U.S. Commitment to NATO at Summit
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( James Marson | Andrew Restuccia | ) sentiment -0.82   time to read: +1 min
BRUSSELS—President Biden meets with leaders of NATO allies in Brussels Monday, seeking to encourage a more concerted response to Chinese security threats and to bolster an alliance jolted by broadsides from his predecessor. U.S. officials said Mr. Biden will emphasize his commitment to the principle of collective defense enshrined in Article 5 of the treaty that established the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in 1949, following some uncertainty about Washington’s view of the matter under former President Donald Trump. During the meeting, NATO’s 30 member countries will take initial steps to revise the group’s Strategic Concept, which sets out the group’s goals. The Strategic Concept will be adopted next year, and is expected to touch on Russia, China, cybersecurity and climate change, according to U.S. officials. The summit comes two days before Mr. Biden is scheduled to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva and Mr. Biden will brief allied leaders on that.
Persons: Biden, Mr, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin Organizations: NATO, Atlantic Treaty Organization Locations: BRUSSELS, Brussels, China, Russia, Geneva
RPT-GRAPHIC-Take Five: Fed-flation in focus
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
After years of very low inflation, a range of metrics, including the Fed’s preferred core personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index, are on the rise. The PCE rose 3.8% in the 12-months to May, its largest jump in three decades. The Fed insists consumer price gains will be temporary and that it has the tools to combat an inflationary surge. -ANALYSIS-Job-inflation tradeoff, exiled from Fed policy, could mean a hot summer2/ DEBT DEBUTThe EU will issue its first bond under the 800 billion euro post-pandemic recovery fund, possibly within days. Yet, don’t underestimate the significance: The EU is set to become one of the world’s biggest issuers with 80 billion euros worth of bonds for the recovery fund sold this year.
Persons: Alexander Hamilton, Joe Biden, Tayyip Erdogan, Biden, Vladimir Putin, Putin Organizations: Federal Reserve, PCE, Fed, Treasury, ECB, EU, NATO, Wednesday, hawkish, Bank of New, Kiwi Locations: Europe, United States, China, Beijing, Brussels, Syria, Afghanistan, U.S, Ankara, Washington, Geneva, Ukraine, Bank of New Zealand, New Zealand
European Privacy Ruling Could Mean More Scrutiny of Companies
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Catherine Stupp | ) + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
The case was referred to the European court after the GDPR took effect. “The one-stop-shop mechanism doesn’t work as smoothly as it should work,” said Hielke Hijmans, who oversees fines and sanctions for the Belgian data protection authority. European privacy authorities generally issue sanctions through regulatory procedures, not courts. But tensions have been brewing over some European privacy regulators’ speed in investigating GDPR complaints. Mr. Caspar said he has since applied for an extension of the ban with the European Data Protection Board, the umbrella group of EU regulators.
Persons: , Hielke Hijmans, Hijmans, Lorena Marciano, can’t, David Martin, Martin, , Johannes Caspar, Caspar, Barry Cook, Mr, Cook, VFS, Catherine Stupp Organizations: Facebook Inc, European Court, Justice, Facebook, Data, Belgian, Cisco Systems Inc, Irish, European Consumer Organisation, European Data Protection, VFS Global, Worldwide Holdings Ltd, EU Locations: Belgian, Ireland, Europe, Brussels, Hamburg, Germany
NATO welcomes Biden in ‘pivotal’ post-Trump summit
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Robin Emmott | ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
NATO leaders hope to open a new chapter in transatlantic relations at a summit with U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday, agreeing to focus on tackling climate change for the first time as well as facing up China’s military rise. Described as a "pivotal moment" by NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, the summit aims to turn the page on four tense years with Biden's predecessor Donald Trump, who shook confidence in the Western alliance by calling it "obsolete". 1/4 Banners displaying the NATO logo are placed at the entrance of new NATO headquarters during the move to the new building, in Brussels, Belgium April 19, 2018. But foremost in leaders' minds, diplomats say, is a need to hear Biden recommit the United States to NATO's collective defence after the Trump era. Trump's confrontational rhetoric towards allies from 2017 to 2019 at NATO summits created an impression of crisis, envoys said.
Persons: Joe Biden, Jens Stoltenberg, Donald Trump, Boris Johnson, Biden, Vladimir Putin, Yves Herman, Trump Organizations: NATO, REUTERS, European Leadership Network, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Cornwall, England, Geneva, Belgium, Crimea, Moscow, United States, Russia
U.S. President Joe Biden walks with National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan as he arrives for the final session of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, Britain, June 13, 2021. Doug Mills/Pool via REUTERSWhite House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Sunday G7 leaders rallied around the need to “counter and compete” with China on challenges ranging from safeguarding democracy to the technology race. "Words like counter and compete were words coming out of the mouths of every leader in the room, not just Joe Biden," he said. G7 leaders also sought to counter China's growing influence by offering developing countries an infrastructure plan that could rival Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative by supporting projects such as railways in Africa and wind farms in Asia. It says many major powers are still gripped by an outdated imperial mindset after years of humiliating China.
Persons: Joe Biden, Jake Sullivan, Doug Mills, Sullivan Organizations: National Security, White House, Sunday, Air Force, Thomson Locations: Carbis Bay, Cornwall, Britain, China, Brussels, Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Africa, Asia, Beijing
Factbox: Rifts that divide NATO allies Turkey and United States
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
read moreMISSILE DEFENCETurkey, a NATO member, has angered the United States by buying Russian S-400 ground-to-air defence missiles. Turkey's Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu has accused the United States of being behind the coup attempt, a charge Washington says is wholly false. HUMAN RIGHTSAfter the failed coup Turkish authorities launched a crackdown which continues nearly five years later. The United States condemned as anti-Semitic some of Erdogan's comments during the conflict, in which he described Israelis as murderers and child-killers. TWO PRESIDENTSDuring his election campaign, Biden criticised Erdogan and said the United States should support his political opponents.
Persons: Yves Herman, Joe Biden, Tayyip Erdogan, Biden, Erdogan, TURKEY'S, Fethullah Gulen, Suleyman Soylu, Biden's, Mete, Canturk, Hamza Ulucay, Metin, Mehmet Hakan Atilla, Atilla Organizations: NATO, REUTERS, Washington, Kurdish YPG, White, U.S . Senate, U.S, U.S . Drug, Israel, Hamas, Biden White, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Belgium, Ankara, Turkey, United States, Washington, U.S, Syria, Ottoman, Turkish, Gulen, Istanbul, Gaza, Turkey's, Iran
NATO won't 'mirror what Russia does': Secretary General Stoltenberg
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNATO won't 'mirror what Russia does': Secretary General Stoltenberg"NATO's approach to Russia is based on what we call a dual track approach, defense and dialogue," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told CNBC's Hadley Gamble from Brussels.
Persons: General Stoltenberg, Jens Stoltenberg, CNBC's Hadley Gamble Organizations: NATO Locations: Russia, Brussels
Ex-EU Brexit negotiator Barnier: UK reputation at stake in Brexit row
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Head of the Task Force for Relations with the UK, Michel Barnier attendsthe debate on EU-UK trade and cooperation agreement during the second day of a plenary session at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium April 27, 2021. Olivier Hoslet/Pool via REUTERSMichel Barnier, the European Union's former Brexit negotiator, said on Monday that the reputation of the United Kingdom was at stake regarding tensions over Brexit. EU politicians have accused British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of not respecting engagements made regarding Brexit. Growing tensions between Britain and the EU threatened to overshadow the Group of Seven summit on Sunday, with London accusing France of "offensive" remarks that Northern Ireland was not part of the UK. read more"The United Kingdom needs to pay attention to its reputation," Barnier told France Info radio.
Persons: Michel Barnier, Olivier Hoslet, REUTERS Michel Barnier, Boris Johnson, Barnier, Mr Johnson Organizations: Task Force, EU, REUTERS, British, London, France, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Belgium, United Kingdom, Brexit, Britain, EU, Northern Ireland
"They will talk about political and economic issues that are more challenging ... that have been challenges in our relationship, including human rights-related issues," Sullivan told reporters on arriving in Brussels late on Sunday. Erdogan said on leaving Turkey the same evening that he expected an "unconditional approach" from Biden to move on from past troubles. "Turkey is not just any country, it is an allied country. The most important one of these is the F-35 issue," Erdogan said of Washington's decision to remove Turkey from a fighter jet programme. "While both sides are expected to pursue some pragmatic engagement and neither is interested in a showdown, the meeting will not provide Erdogan with any meaningful dividend," consultancy Teneo said in a note ahead of the talks.
Persons: Joe Biden, Tayyip Erdogan, Biden, Erdogan, Donald Trump, Jake Sullivan, Sullivan, Teneo Organizations: NATO, Donald Trump . White House, Sunday, Thomson Locations: Russian, Turkey, United States, Syria, Ottoman, Brussels, Afghanistan, Libya, China, Turkish, Kabul, U.S
Live NATO Live Updates: Biden’s First Summit Will Focus on Russia and China President Biden is taking part in his first NATO summit as president. Biden’s first NATO summit as president will be a sharp contrast to Trump’s. Activists of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons and other peace initiatives staged a protest in Berlin in January. The accord outlaws the use, testing, development, production, possession and transfer of nuclear weapons and stationing them in a different country. “A world where Russia, China, North Korea and others have nuclear weapons, but NATO does not, is not a safer world,” she said.
Persons: Biden, Topping, Brendan Smialowski, Donald J, Trump, ’ ’, Emmanuel Macron, Jens Stoltenberg, Mr, Tobias Schwarz, , Tim Wright, Jessica Cox Organizations: NATO, China, Melsbroek, Sunday ., Agence France, Getty, New, International, Nuclear, Nuclear Weapons, United Nations Locations: Russia, China, Biden’s, Brussels, BRUSSELS, New United States, France, Afghanistan, Asia, Berlin, Geneva, NATO’s, United States, Britain, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, American, Belgium, Italy, Spain
N.Ireland leader stands down, starts countdown for new government
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster looks on outside the Strand Cinema, as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions begin to ease in Belfast, Northern Ireland, May 24, 2021. Foster, who took power in 2016, was ousted in April after a majority of DUP lawmakers signed a letter seeking a confidence vote after many blamed her for mishandling Brexit negotiations. Foster resisted compromise on the terms of Britain's exit from the European Union when her party wielded huge power in propping up the government of former British Prime Minister Theresa May. The resulting Northern Ireland Protocol leaves Northern Ireland within the EU's trading sphere, avoiding a hard border on the island of Ireland but infuriating pro-British unionists by undermining the region's place in the United Kingdom. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Arlene Foster, Democratic Unionist Party's Arlene Foster, Paul Givan, Sinn Fein, Edwin Poots, Foster, Theresa May, Boris Johnson Organizations: Northern Ireland's, REUTERS, Ireland's, Democratic Unionist, British region's, DUP, First, Irish, BBC Radio Ulster, European Union, British, Northern, Northern Ireland Protocol, Thomson Locations: Belfast , Northern Ireland, Ulster, London, propping, Brussels, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, Ireland
Biden is in Belgium to meet NATO leaders. But a recent report said European militaries are too ill equipped to meet challenges posed by China. President Joe Biden plans to push NATO allies to adopt a tougher stance towards China at his first summit as president, but a new report says its a challenge few European members of the group are equipped to meet. The study detailed decades of decline by European militaries, such as: "Much of Europe's military hardware is in a shocking state of disrepair. The allies' inability to meet the challenges that Biden considers key could also be the source of new tensions.
Persons: Biden, Joe Biden, Jens Stoltenberg, We're, Stoltenberg, Jake Sullivan, we've, Sullivan, aren't, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin Organizations: NATO, Biden, China, Reuters, Center for American Progress, Biden White House, Politico, People's Liberation Army, PLA, American, Nato, EU Locations: Belgium, China, Brussels, Beijing, Cornwall, Britain
LONDON — NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Monday said the military alliance plans to toughen its stance toward China, while recognizing the need to work with Beijing on some global issues. Speaking as he arrived in Brussels, Belgium, for a one-day NATO summit, the organization's chief said: "The message is that, of course, there are opportunities in our relationship with China. And we also know that China does not share our values," Stoltenberg continued. "We need to respond together as an alliance," Stoltenberg said. China's embassy in London was not immediately available to comment when contacted by CNBC on Monday.
Persons: Jens Stoltenberg, Monday, Stoltenberg, " Stoltenberg, NATO's Stoltenberg Organizations: LONDON, NATO, CNBC, Hong, Sino Locations: China, Beijing, Brussels, Belgium, South China, Africa, China's, London, Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan Strait
U.S. stock futures were flat Monday after the S&P 500 eked out another record close Friday. The S&P 500 rose 0.4% for the week, notching a three-week winning streak. The Nasdaq 's gain Friday put the tech-heavy index within 0.5% of its record close in late April. The Dow 's slight advance Friday inched the 30-stock average less than 1% closer to last month's record close. (CNBC)AstraZeneca's (AZN) Covid vaccine has a favorable risk/reward profile for all age groups and particularly for those 60 years and older, according to the head of the European Medicines Agency's Covid-19 task force.
Persons: Dow, Bitcoin, Elon Musk, Tesla, Steve Burns, Julio Rodriguez, Lordstown, Novavax, Marco Cavaleri, Boris Johnson, Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, Naftali Bennett, Benjamin Netanyahu, Netanyahu, Jeff Bezos, Mark, Ernie ’, Bert ’ Organizations: Nasdaq, Dow, CNBC, bitcoin, Lordstown Motors, Biotech, FDA, European Medicines, NATO, Sunday, Royal, Shell, Reuters, Washington, Nintendo, Microsoft, Ubisoft, Enix, Origin, Amazon, Shepard Locations: Mexico, India, Covid, Belgium, Brussels, China, Russia, United States, Europe, Geneva, Switzerland, Texas
In December, the Trump administration slapped CAATSA sanctions on Turkey after the NATO ally purchased a multibillion-dollar Russian missile system. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan greets U.S. President Joe Biden during a plenary session at a NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium, June 14, 2021. Adem Altan | AFP | Getty ImagesIn 2017, Erdogan brokered a deal reportedly worth $2.5 billion with Russian President Vladimir Putin for the S-400 missile system. A Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile system. "The United States has been clear on our expectation that the S-400 system should not be operationalized," she added.
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan Francois Lenoir, Joe Biden, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Biden, Erdogan, Trump, Jake Sullivan, Sullivan, Tayyip Erdogan, Olivier Matthys, Kirkland & Ellis, Sanjay Mullick, Ellis, Abigail Cotterill, Mullick, Cotterill, Vladimir Putin, Adem Altan, Sergei Malgavko, Lockheed Martin, Morgan Ortagus Organizations: Reuters WASHINGTON, NATO, Russian, House, Turkish, Reuters, Kirkland &, Kirkland, firm's International Trade, National Security, Russia, Ellis, International Trade, Security, CNBC, Kremlin, AFP, Getty, Lockheed, Defense, State, Government, State Department, Anadolu Agency Locations: Russian, Turkey, Washington, Ankara, Syria, Libya, China, Russia, Brussels, Belgium, United States, Government of Turkey, Forth Worth , Texas, USA
Ahead of his highly anticipated meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Joe Biden agreed Sunday that U.S.-Russian relations are at a "low point" and said he was open to a prisoner exchange with Moscow to clamp down on cybercrime. I think he is right it is a low point," Biden said about Putin's recent assessment of the Moscow-Washington relationship. In a statement last week, Trump asked Biden to "please give [Putin] my warmest regards" and defended his "great and very productive meeting in Helsinki." Biden and Putin will hold separate news conferences after their meeting in Switzerland, a sign of the chillier relationship. "There's a lot going on where we can work together with Russia," Biden said.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden, Biden, Putin, Washington, United States — I'm, Jake Sullivan, I'm, Sullivan, Antony Blinken, Andrea Mitchell, Blinken, We'll, Donald Trump, it's, Trump, Pablo Martinez Monsivais, they've, Organizations: Sunday, FBI, Air Force, NBC News, U.S Locations: Moscow, cybercrime, Russia, Lake Geneva, Switzerland, Washington, East Coast, U.S, United States, London, Brussels, America, Helsinki, Libya, Syria, China, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Beijing, Xinjiang
LONDON — They met Friday at the Group of Seven summit, but President Joe Biden and the first lady had an altogether more private meeting with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday, at her home in Windsor Castle. The monarch, 95, received the Bidens for tea at her historic residence, about 30 miles west of London. The queen has stoically continued with her official duties since then and met Biden alongside other world leaders and their spouses on Friday at the G-7 summit, by the seaside in Cornwall, southwest England. Biden first met the queen in 1982 as a Democratic senator for Delaware but this time he joined her as president. After a state visit in 2019, Trump told Fox News: "There are those that say they have never seen the queen have a better time."
Persons: Joe Biden, Queen Elizabeth II, Biden, Prince Philip, stoically, Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson, Harry S, Truman, Donald Trump, Trump, Jill Biden, Catherine , Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, Lilibet Diana, Prince Harry, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, , Vladimir Putin Organizations: Democratic, Washington , D.C, Windsor Castle, Fox News, NBC, NBC News, Sunday, NATO Locations: Windsor Castle, London, American, Windsor, Cornwall, England, Delaware, Britain, Washington ,, California, Brussels, Switzerland
G7 pledge cooperation on carbon leakage as EU border tariff looms
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( Kate Abnett | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
"We ... acknowledge the risk of carbon leakage, and will work collaboratively to address this risk and to align our trading practices with our commitments under the Paris agreement," G7 leaders said on Sunday in a joint communique. The leaders said policies to put a price on CO2 will help them decarbonise their economies. A draft of the EU policy would require importers of iron and steel, aluminium, cement, fertilisers, and electricity to buy digital certificates to get their goods over the EU border. We need to address carbon leakage to create (a) global level playing field," European Council President Charles Michel said in a tweet after the G7 meeting. Brussels says the policy is needed to put EU firms on an equal footing with competitors in countries with weaker climate policies.
Persons: Justin Trudeau, Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden, Brendan Smialowski, Charles Michel Organizations: Canada's, Britain's, Seven, Sunday, European, Thomson Locations: Carbis Bay, Cornwall, Britain, European Union, Paris, EU, Brussels, Russia, U.S, Europe
Erdogan says Turkey has raised FX swap deal with China to $6 billion
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan gives a statement before traveling to Brussels for a NATO summit at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, June 13, 2021. Turkey’s FX reserves plunged by 75% last year, raising concerns about a possible balance of payments crisis. The surprise announcement came as the Turkish president prepared to travel to Brussels for a NATO meeting. “We previously had a $2.4 billion swap deal. Erdogan criticised those he said insisted Turkish reserves were falling and said the new deal with China “thwarted this game of theirs”.
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan, Murat Cetinmuhurdar, , ” Erdogan, Erdogan, China “ Organizations: NATO, REUTERS, FX, People’s Bank of China Locations: Brussels, Istanbul, Turkey, Handout, REUTERS ISTANBUL, China, Turkish
NATO diplomats say efforts to focus on climate change were stymied during Donald Trump's U.S. presidency. He called climate change a "hoax" and pulled the United States out of the international Paris Agreement to fight climate change. Now, with U.S. President Joe Biden prioritising climate action, the diplomats said NATO was able to act on concerns that climate change is a threat both to transatlantic security and to alliance personnel. 'CRISIS MULTIPLIER'NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres have described climate change as a "crisis multiplier". Stoltenberg, a former U.N. special envoy on climate change, began pushing for a NATO climate agreement after Biden replaced Trump, diplomats said.
Persons: Durham, Donald Trump's, Trump, Joe Biden, Neta Crawford, Jens Stoltenberg, U.N, Antonio Guterres, Stoltenberg, Jamie Shea Organizations: NATO, Paris Agreement, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, U.S, European NATO, Reuters, POLLUTERS NATO, Paris, U.S . Department of Defense, Boston University, Energy Agency, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Biden, Trump, Bundeswehr, Thomson Locations: British, Lancaster, United States, Paris, North, European, NATO, Poland, Germany, Stockholm, Europe, Brussels
Live G7 Live Updates: World Leaders Face Critical Climate Questions On the final day of the meeting of the world’s wealthiest large democracies, nations are working to reach consensus on plans to limit carbon emissions. President Biden will meet with Queen Elizabeth II later on Sunday. Beyond that point, climate change is expected to have extreme and irreversible consequences. President Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, with Queen Elizabeth II in Cornwall on Friday. President Biden with Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain before their meeting on Thursday.
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Bidens to have tea with Queen Elizabeth as G7 ends
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
U.S. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden arrive to pose for photos with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie Johnson at the G7 summit, in Carbis Bay, Britain, June 11, 2021. Patrick Semansky/Pool via REUTERSU.S. President Joe Biden and his wife Jill will have tea with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle on Sunday at the end of the G7 summit and as he wraps up the British leg of his first international trip since taking office. "Joe and I are both looking forward to meeting the queen," Jill Biden said after they arrived in Britain on Thursday. Despite the loss in April of Prince Philip, her 99-year-old husband of more than 70 years, and her age, the queen has shown her determination to carry on with her official duties as head of state during the high-profile G7 summit. read moreAfter leaving Windsor, Biden will head off to a NATO summit in Brussels on Monday, a U.S.-EU summit on Tuesday and a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva the following day.
Persons: Joe Biden, Jill Biden, Boris Johnson, Carrie Johnson, Patrick Semansky, Jill, Queen Elizabeth, Buckingham, Joe, Biden, George W, Bush, Elizabeth, Lyndon Johnson, Prince Philip, Philip, Vladimir Putin Organizations: British, REUTERS U.S, Guard, Battalion, Guards, U.S, National, Windsor, NATO, Thomson Locations: Carbis Bay, Britain, Windsor, Cornwall, England, U.S, Brussels, Geneva
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