Biden to attend NATO Summit in Lithuania

(Washington, DC)  --  President Biden will travel to Lithuania next week to attend a NATO summit.  

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan told reporters the alliance will demonstrate "unity and resolve" in support of Ukraine in its war against Russia.  

He said NATO is stronger than ever with the addition of Finland and the expected ascension of Sweden.  

Prior to the meeting Tuesday, the president will stop in the U.K. to meet with King Charles and the British prime minister.