Biden will discuss the upcoming NATO summit with its chief Stoltenberg on Monday


The meeting will take place one week before the NATO summit, which is scheduled for June 14 in Brussels. The event will be one of Biden’s stops on his first overseas trip as US president. The head of the White House is waiting for, among other things, the G7 summit hosted by Britain and a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva.

Russia will probably be one of the main topics of the NATO members’ summit, and Psaki mentioned it in connection with Biden’s meeting with Stoltenberg on Monday. “They will also discuss NATO’s adaptation to threats such as cyber attacks and climate change, while continuing to ensure a fairer distribution of responsibilities among the Allies,” the spokeswoman added.

In particular, cyber security in recent days has been a much-discussed issue in the United States, following significant attacks on private entities and government agencies. On the east coast of the country, the use of a blackmail program against Colonial Pipeline caused problems with fuel supplies in May, and at the end of last year, the networks of dozens of institutions, including US ministries, were disrupted by SolarWinds software. Both incidents link the US authorities to Russia.


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