President Biden on Saturday pledged to boost the US relationship with the United Kingdom and its other NATO allies in a phone call to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday.
According to a reading of the call shared by the White House, in the first call with Johnson since Biden’s inauguration, the PresidentHe conveyed his determination to strengthen the special relationship between our two countries and revitalize transatlantic relations, stressing the decisive role of NATO in our collective defense and common values. ”
The White House added that Biden had indicated his desire to work closely with Johnson as the United Kingdom hosts the G7 and the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) this year.
The phone call also included discussions of “the need to coordinate on common foreign policy priorities, including China, Iran and Russia”.
Johnson was the first to announce the call on Saturday. Tweet a picture of him On the phone with the president adding that he looks “Forward to deepen the long-standing alliance between our two countries while we lead the green and sustainable recovery from COVID-19.”
It’s great to talk to the president @ Joe Biden Tonight. I look forward to deepening the long-standing alliance between our two countries while we lead the green and sustainable recovery from COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/Y4P3G74PPz
BorisJohnson January 23, 2021
the previous President TrumpDonald Trump McCarthy said he told Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene that he disagreed with the impeachment articles she submitted against Biden, and Trudeau agreed to meet next month, as Trump plans to oust the agency on behalf of the Georgia election results: Report More He criticized multilateral agreements, especially NATO, and threatened to withdraw from the alliance, claiming that some members had not paid enough for the defense.
He follows Biden’s call with Johnson on Saturday His conversation Friday With fellow NATO leader, Canadian Prime Minister Justin TrudeauJustin Pierre James Trudeau and Trudeau agree to meet next month How Biden, Trudeau and Amalou can fulfill the North American promise White House: It will be “ some time ” before Biden’s first overseas trip More.
In the phone call, which was Biden’s first with a foreign leader since taking office, the two agreed to meet next month. While Washington and Ottawa seek to restore relations after four years of tension.
Canada was historically the first foreign trip of any new American president.
Biden indicated on his first day in office that he wanted to return to multilateralism, including through executive action obliging the United States to Re-accession to the Paris Climate AgreementWhich Trump withdrew the United States from after criticism that it harms American workers.
Biden described the renewed commitment as a down payment for his climate plan, which calls for putting the country on a net emissions path by 2050.
Biden’s call with Johnson comes as countries battle increasing rates of COVID-19 infections, which have been exacerbated by the new strain first discovered in the UK.
Johnson announced Friday that there is evidence to suggest that the UK coronavirus strain is spreading more quickly and has higher mortality rates, despite NIH director Francis Collins and a top infectious disease expert. Anthony FauciAnthony Fauci Night Healthcare – Fauci: Lack of facts likely costs lives in the fight against Coronavirus | The CDC is changing COVID-19 vaccine guidelines to allow rare mixing of Pfizer and Moderna shots | Senate chaos threatens to slow down Biden Fauci agenda, angry over threats to family Poll: Multiple voters say coronavirus vaccine rollout is slower than expected More He warned on Saturday More data is needed to verify these claims.
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