USA image overseas has improved with Biden election: Pew survey

Police officers stand guard outside a security gate around Tregenna Castle in Carbis Bay Cornwall England Wednesday June 9

FALMOUTH, England (CNN)President Joe Biden told a hangar of USA troops on Wednesday he was in Europe to defend the very concept of democracy, setting high stakes for his first presidential trip overseas and warning Russian President Vladimir Putin he planned to raise touchy issues during their upcoming summit.

Mr Biden made clear his intention to strengthen ties with United States allies, following strained relations under the Trump administration.

President Joe Biden walking on the Ellipse at the White House after stepping off Marine One on May 17. He'll meet with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday, aimed at highlighting the "special relationship" between the US and the United Kingdom.

The Boeing VC-25 carrying the president landed slightly before the scheduled time of 8pm as Biden arrives in the United Kingdom ahead of this week's G7 summit in Cornwall.

The Pew Research Center report, which surveyed the publics in 16 nations, was released as Biden was in Europe on his first overseas trip as president.

"We're not seeking conflict with Russian Federation". Instead, he said he doesn't want a conflict with Russian Federation.

An 18th-century manor house in the middle of a public park with lakeside views will host the summit between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva next week, the Swiss Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.

They were: Australia, Belgium, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan the Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and Taiwan.

The main topic of conversation will be Covid recovery, including "a stronger global health system that can protect us all from future pandemics".

Tonight it's being reported that the U.S. is to buy 500 million Pfizer doses to donate internationally.

The G7 agenda also includes climate change and trade.

This weekend, the President and Dr. Biden will meet with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle.

In a television interview, Biden also said he considered Putin to be a "killer", a claim Putin quickly turned against the U.S.by citing its slaughter of Native Americans in the 18th century settlement of the country, and deadly abuse of minorities throughout its history.