President Biden meets with Boris Johnson at G-7 summit

In a call with reporters Thursday, senior administration officials underscored the significance of Biden’s choice of the United Kingdom for his first foreign visit, and the meeting with Johnson as his first with a foreign leader abroad. The two countries share common security interests, an economic dimension — the United States views Britain as its largest investment partner and fourth-largest trading partner — and a commitment to democratic values, the officials said.

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