(CNN) - Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will hit the trail together for the first time next week, the Illinois senator’s campaign announced Friday.
The joint campaigning will come one day after a Thursday Democratic fundraiser that will mark the first time they have appeared together publicly since the New York senator ended her presidential bid.
Earlier this week, the presumptive Democratic nominee said he had not spoken with Clinton recently.
"I have not had conversations with Senator Clinton because she has been getting a well-deserved vacation. And, we will be speaking I think in the next few days…certainly within the next week, and we’ll be having an ongoing conversation," said Obama.
The Obama campaign said further details of the pair’s itinerary would be released shortly.