Biden to Visit State Dept. as US Reengages With Allies

Mahmoud Mansour

Syrian refugee Mahmoud Mansour, 47, helps his youngest daughter Sahar, 8, with her homework  (AP Photo/Omar Akour)

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden is sending a message to his messengers, using a visit to the State Department to underscore his promise to restore a multilateral approach to U.S. foreign policy and reengage with the international community. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says Biden on Thursday will thank the Foreign Service officers and civil servants “who are the heart and soul” of the agency. The trip is set to come in conjunction with a number of policy announcements meant to restore the nation’s place on the global stage.

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