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President Biden is set to participate in his first in-person North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit on Monday.

The president traveled to Brussels for the NATO meeting after he wrapped up a three-day meeting with the Group of Seven nations on Sunday. 

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Biden’s overriding objective will be sending a clear message to both Allies and adversaries that the U.S. regards NATO as the foundation for our security. Biden will also send a message that NATO’s Article 5, which states that an attack on one member is an attack on them all – is a “sacred guarantee,” according to a statement by the White House.