Transcript for Biden to meet with Queen Elizabeth
The g7 is wrapping up. The president meeting on the sidelines individually with leaders of France and Italy. And those talks including urgent questions including the pandemic, vaccines, taxing major corporations, growing concerns about China, and in particular, Russia. The president just days away from his summit in Switzerland with Vladimir Putin. The big event today though, that meeting with queen Elizabeth at Windsor castle. ABC's Rachel Scott joins us from Cardiff, Wales. Rachel, good morning. Reporter: Janai, good morning. That visit with the queen will mark an end to the first leg of president Biden's foreign trip. Next stop, the nato summit in Brussels where the president is once again hoping for a reset. This morning, president Biden capping off his first global summit of his presidency, stopping at a church service this morning before a visit to Windsor castle to meet with the queen. Are you supposed to be looking as if you're enjoying yourself? Yes. Reporter: Biden is now the 13th sitting president to meet with queen Elizabeth. The world's longest reigning monarch celebrating her birthday this weekend, insisting on using the ceremonial sword to cut the There is a knife. I know there is. This is something that is more unusual. Reporter: The uk the first stop on the president's agent-day foreign trip. Next, it's Brussels to meet with world leaders at the nato summit, an alliance former president Donald Trump once called obsolete. You have to examine nato. It's not really helping us. It's helping other countries. Reporter: Now Biden wants to make clear that America's commitment to nato is rock solid. Hoping to send a clear message to allies. The United States has said before we're back. The U.S. Is back. Reporter: And it appears to be breaking through. Thank you, guys. Thank you. Let's go. Reporter: In their first face to face meeting, French president Emmanuel macron saying Biden is part of the club. I think it's great to have a U.S. President part of the club, and very willing to cooperate. And I think that what you demonstrate is that leadership, is partnership. Reporter: All this leading up to the president's meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Geneva next week. Switzerland already beefing up security. Expecting the conversation to be straight forward and candid. I think what Joe Biden will be doing when he goes to see Putin will be giving some pretty tough messages and that's something I wholly approve of. Reporter: And despite all of that, praise for president Biden, some world leaders were resisting his calls to take a tougher stand against China. The president was pushing allies to back a plan to counter China's growing influence and call out the issue of forced labor, but a senior white house official telling reporters that they were divided over how far to go. Eva? Rachel Scott for us there. Thank you so much. Stay with ABC news for special coverage of president Biden's first trip overseas. David Muir heads up our special comprehensive coverage on Wednesday. That's right here on ABC.
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