POLITICS
05/02/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Obama's Wednesday G-20 Schedule

Today is President Obama and the First Lady's first full day in the United Kingdom for the G-20 Summit. The following is today's schedule; bear in mind that the UK is 5 hours ahead of Eastern Standard time.

8:00 A.M.: The Obamas arrived bright and early at Downing Street to meet with UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown after spending the night in the US Ambassador's Winfield House.

9:00 A.M.: President Obama and Prime Minister Brown hold a joint press conference.

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11:45 P.M.: Obama met with Russian President Medvedev, followed by a joint statement from the two leaders committing to increased nuclear disarmament. Obama also accepted an invitation to visit Moscow in the near future.

1:00 P.M.: Obama met with with British Conservative leader David Cameron (Gordon Brown's domestic rival).

2:00 P.M.: Obama met with Chinese leaders, including Chinese President Hu Jintao, wherein the two leaders agreed to "intensify coordination and cooperation on global economic and financial issues." Afterwards, Obama accepted an invitation to visit China later this year.

Late afternoon: President and First Lady Obama will meet with Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of England, which Obama has proclaimed he is "very much looking forward to."

7:00 P.M.: Obamas will attend a G-20 leaders reception, hosted by the Queen and Prince Philip, followed by a G-20 leaders 'working dinner', hosted by Gordon and Sarah Brown .