Pictures: Biden’s Asian Tour

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks with members of the U.S. military and their families as they visit the Ozone Airport in Pyongyang on Sunday, May 22.

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Updated 0653 GMT (1453 HKT) on May 22, 2022

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks with members of the U.S. military and their families as they visit the Ozone Airport in Pyongyang on Sunday, May 22.

Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images

US President Joe Biden is in attendance Travel to enhance alliance for Asia, A belated first trip to a region has been the focus of his foreign policy goals, albeit away from his focus.

Biden’s suspensions in the two strongest American allies, South Korea and Japan, are aimed at enhancing cooperation in the face of global instability. Pitton and his team have spent a lot of their time and resources Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, North Korea’s provocations have intensified and China continues to bend its economic and military strength.

Officials say the tug-of-war between Govt. Biden is the third U.S. president to try to re-focus foreign policy on Asia, although the intervening events have largely come his way.

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