U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in Italy Tuesday as he prepares for meetings with both Pope Francis and Italian government officials.

The Italian leg marks the third stop on the President's preliminary international trip since assuming office.

Trump is set to meet with Pope Francis tomorrow. The two have previously clashed regarding opinions toward migration and climate change.

After his meeting with the pope, Trump will hold talks with President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni.

The president will spend one day in Italy, fly to Brussels for discussions with EU chiefs on Wednesday, and will return to Italy for a G7 meeting on Thursday.

Officials from the six other major industrialized nations have voiced concerns with the Trump administration regarding his support for trade protectionism and anti-migrant rhetoric.

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