Biden to travel to Egypt, Cambodia, and Indonesia in November

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US President Joe Biden will travel in November to Egypt, Cambodia and Indonesia to attend, among others, the COP27 Climate Summit in the Egyptian town of Sharm el Sheikh or the G20 in Bali, the White House announced Friday.

On November 11, according to the agenda, Biden will delve into the work undertaken by the United States in the battle against global warming at COP27 and in helping the most vulnerable resist the impact of that phenomenon.

From there he will go to Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, to participate on 12 and 13 in the summit of leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), where he will reaffirm his country’s commitment to that region and the role of ASEAN.

From November 13 to 16 he will be in Indonesia at the G20 leaders’ summit in Bali.

He will discuss with members of that group key issues such as climate change, the global consequences of the war in Ukraine, including energy and food security, and other important priorities for global economic recovery, the White House added.

For her part, Vice President Kamala Harris will participate in Bangkok on November 18 and 19 in the meeting of the leaders of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

There he will underscore the U.S. commitment to economic cooperation in the Indo-Pacific and will also meet with Thai authorities and civil society representatives to reaffirm the strength of their bilateral alliance.

Harris will then head to Manila to meet with Philippine officials and members of civil society and underscore the collaboration between the two countries as “friends, partners and allies.”

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