BRUSSELS: President Donald Trump will be meeting with the leaders of Azerbaijan, Romania, Ukraine and Georgia as he kicks off his second day at the NATO summit in Brussels.
The president will also be attending a pair of meetings of the North Atlantic Council before he departs for the United Kingdom.
Trump's first day of meetings with leaders of the military alliance was contentious, with Trump demanding nations spend far more on defense and accusing Germany of being "totally controlled" by Russia because of a pipeline project.
Trump's next stop will be London, where he'll be meeting with Queen Elizabeth II and British Prime Minister Theresa May.
May's government is in turmoil over how to exit the European Union following the Brexit vote.