The U.S. President Joe Biden will visit Brussels at the end of March, where he will take part in an extraordinary summit of NATO leaders, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said on Tuesday.

“President Biden will visit Brussels at the end of this month, where he will join the extraordinary NATO summit, which will be held on March 24. At it, the head of state plans to discuss deterrence measures and the efforts we are making in response to the unprovoked attack of the Russian Federation on Ukraine,” Psaki said during a regular briefing.

According to her, as part of his trip to Europe, the host of the White House also plans to take part in the summit of the European Council.