Joe Biden, the President of the United States, is set to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day in France.

President Joe Biden will make his inaugural visit to France as the President of the United States in order to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day, according to a statement released by the White House on Thursday.

On June 6, 1944, Allied troops embarked on a brave mission to liberate France and Europe from Nazi occupation. As we commemorate this historic event, President [Name] will have the honor of greeting veterans and their family members who landed at Normandy’s Omaha and Utah beaches. This gesture serves as a heartfelt tribute to their courage and sacrifice in the face of adversity.

The White House statement announced that on June 7, the president will deliver a speech at Pointe du Hoc in France, emphasizing the significance of safeguarding freedom and democracy. Following this, on June 8, President Emmanuel Macron of France and Mrs. Brigitte Macron will host President Biden and Dr. Jill Biden for a state visit in Paris.

The White House announced that the upcoming state visit will highlight the long-standing alliance between the United States and France, which is based on shared democratic values, economic ties, and defense and security cooperation.

During his visit to France, President Biden will have the opportunity to engage in discussions and seek counsel from French President Emmanuel Macron regarding various global challenges and bilateral matters. The White House has highlighted the significance of this meeting in addressing important issues.

Biden is visiting France ahead of the forthcoming summit of G-7 nation leaders and a meeting of NATO leaders.

According to a statement from the Elysée, President Macron and President Biden will be engaging in discussions regarding long-term aid for Ukraine.

According to a statement, our collaboration on global crises will contribute to the preparation of upcoming international events, such as the G7 summit in Bari in June and the NATO summit in Washington in July.

King Charles III is set to visit France to attend ceremonies commemorating D-Day.

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