President Biden arrived in Geneva on Tuesday in advance of his highly anticipated summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin following a meeting with European Union leaders in Brussels, where he encouraged more transatlantic trade and technological cooperation.

While in Brussels, Biden and European Union leaders announced a deal to put to rest a 17-year trade dispute about subsidies for aircraft manufacturers. The meeting was the latest stop on a trip that Biden started last week at the Group of Seven gathering in Britain. He is scheduled to return to the United States after his meeting with Putin on Wednesday.

Here’s what to know:

  • Leaders of the United States and the European Union agreed to address climate change, combat the coronavirus pandemic and strive for a more peaceful world after their meeting.
  • U.S. officials expect Biden’s meeting with Putin to last at least four hours Wednesday and touch on an array of topics, including nuclear arms, cyberattacks and human rights.
  • As Biden met with allies abroad, the White House released an unprecedented national strategy devoted solely to fighting domestic terrorism.