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U.S. President Joe Biden will join European leaders on a video summit call Thursday to discuss future cooperation between Brussels and Washington, Barend Leyts, a spokesman for European Council President Charles Michel said Tuesday.
The joint call, to start at 1945GMT, will be a chance to share views, Michel said via Twiter, adding it was "time to rebuild our transatlantic alliance."
According to a White House statement released Tuesday, the President will engage with leaders about his desire "to revitalize U.S.-EU relations." Other topics will include working together to combat the pandemic, climate change, and trade. He will also discuss "shared foreign policy interests, including China and Russia."