President Biden travels to Germany for the G7

President Biden traveled to Germany on Saturday for the G7 meetings with the leaders of the world’s richest nations.

Top of the agenda will be Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine, which has rocked global energy markets for months. Russia was a member of the elite club (formerly G8) before being booted in 2014 over the annexation of Crimea.

Climate change, inflation and food security will also be discussed.

Although Biden has united Europe in a fight to protect Ukrainian sovereignty from Russian aggression, experts say his internal struggles at home could affect his ability to lead the bloc.

“If Biden looks like he’s going to take it by the chin at home, he’s limited abroad,” Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, a global risk assessment firm, told the Los Angeles Times. “He needs to be more focused now, ‘What can I bring back?’ than ‘What can I show the world?’ It’s a tougher position for an American president.”

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The Ukraine war will be the top issue that leaders plan to discuss.

The G7 consists of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States; the European Union is an “unlisted member”. President Biden travels to Germany for the G7


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