The United States and Europe, not China, must establish rules for global trade and technology. This is stated in an article by the head of the American administration Joe Biden in the Washington Post, published on Saturday.
The article is devoted to Biden’s upcoming European tour, during which he will take part in the summits of the Group of Seven (June 11-13 in the resort town of Carbis Bay in the UK), NATO and the US-EU (June 14 and 15 in Brussels). On June 16, in Geneva, the US President will meet with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
“In Brussels, I will meet with the heads of the European Commission and the European Council to discuss how the US and Europe can work closely on global challenges. We will focus on how to ensure that market democracies, not China or anyone else, develop rules for trade. and 21st century technology, “Biden said.” We will continue to work towards a united, free and peaceful Europe. “