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US President Joe Biden (L) and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (R) meet during a NATO summit at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) headquarters in Brussels on June 14, 2021. - The 30-nation alliance hopes to reaffirm its unity and discuss increasingly tense relations with China and Russia, as the organization pulls its troops out after 18 years in Afghanistan. (Photo by Stephanie LECOCQ / POOL / AFP) (Photo by STEPHANIE LECOCQ/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

President Joe Biden made his entrance at a NATO summit in Brussels aiming to consult European allies on efforts to counter provocative actions by China and Russia. He highlighted the U.S. commitment to the 30-country alliance that was frequently maligned by predecessor Donald Trump. Biden will use his time at the summit beginning Monday to underscore the U.S. commitment to a provision of the alliance charter that spells out that an attack on one member is an attack on all and is to be met with a collective response. Biden said, “I want NATO to know America is there.”