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The White House announced on Tuesday morning that Trump has accepted Queen Elizabeth II's invitation for an official visit from June 3 ̵
The president will take part in the D-Day anniversary ceremonies in Portsmouth, UK, which coincides with 75 anniversary of the invasion of allies in Europe.
"This state visit will confirm the permanent and special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom, and in addition to meeting the Queen, the President will also participate in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May," the White House said in a statement. While in the United Kingdom, the President and the First Lady will attend a ceremony in Portsmouth to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Day of the Day at one of the main locations for the Allied operations that led to the Liberation of Europe during the Second World War ", e
The Tampa administration's ambassador to the United Kingdom earlier said that Trump wants to visit the country after MEPs completed the Brexit talks, which have since been extended to October
MEPs have been discussing for a while. month plans for the country to emerge from the European Union, a position backed by Trump who criticized the May talks.
Trump met May during a "business visit" to Britain last year, and met heavy protests in London and contradictions between bri Danish legislators.
Trump will also be in France in June, according to the White House, where he will meet French President Emanuel Macron and watch D-Day holidays on the Normandy beach and participate in a bilateral meeting.