President Joe Biden will welcome German Chancellor Angela Merkel to the White House next month, CNN reports, referring to the White House.
It will be her first visit to Washington during Biden's presidency, and likely her final US visit in a long era as chancellor.
Merkel is not seeking a fifth term, and elections to replace her are in September. She will have worked with four US presidents over her tenure.
The White House said Merkel will visit on July 15 with a long list of issues to discuss with Biden.
"Chancellor Merkel's visit will affirm the deep bilateral ties between the United States and Germany," the White House said. "The leaders will discuss their commitment to close cooperation on a range of common challenges, including ending the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing the threat of climate change, and promoting economic prosperity and international security based on our shared democratic values."