The Telegraph understands that Dominic Raab, the Overseas Secretary, is hoping to go to Washington in coming weeks, Covid-19 restrictions permitting.
The UK’s ambassador in Washington, Dame Karen Pierce, is anticipated to attend Mr Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday.
Mr Biden’s precedence of tackling the pandemic at dwelling means a visit to Europe earlier than the summer season is unlikely.
“I don’t suppose he’ll go to wherever else earlier than the G7, besides probably Canada,” one well-placed UK authorities supply instructed The Telegraph.
Mr Biden is anticipated to make a second journey to the UK this 12 months for the United Nations’ local weather change convention in Glasgow within the Autumn.
A Overseas Workplace supply mentioned claims of a persona conflict between Mr Biden and Mr Johnson had been “overblown”.
“I’m fairly hopeful,” the supply mentioned. “I’m not going to faux it will be plain crusing. There’ll at all times be variations. However basically we’re headed in the identical path.
“Biden desires to re-engage with the world. Britain has saved America’s seat heat in a few of these multilateral establishments.”
In an unique interview in The Telegraph, The EU’s first ever ambassador to Britain and former US ambassador Joao Vale de Almeida says Mr Biden’s election has nice “potential for cooperation” between the EU, the UK and the US, declaring: “We have to work with different companions. We can’t do that alone.”
It got here as US industrial airways warned of a rise in passengers checking in weapons forward of inauguration amid fears of a return of violence round Wednesday’s inauguration.