The Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz, will visit the United States again on February 9, Friday, where he will meet at the White House with the country’s president, Joe Biden, to jointly outline the preparations for the NATO summit that will take place. will be held in Washington DC in July. The announcement comes after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed this week the document certifying that Turkey approves Sweden’s entry into the Atlantic Alliance, a process that will not be completed until Hungary also ratifies it. Likewise, and according to a statement from the White House, both leaders will express their “resolute support” for Ukraine in the face of “the Russian war of aggression”, in what will be Scholz’s third visit as chancellor, in what is already about an annual custom. They will also discuss joint efforts to “prevent an expansion” of the war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza throughout the Middle East, and will highlight both their support for Israel’s right to self-defense and the need to increase humanitarian aid and relief measures. protection for Gaza civilians.