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World leaders express readiness to cooperate with the Biden administration

As Biden enters White House, world leaders express ‘relief’ and welcome ‘friend’ and ‘mate’ back

The leaders of Great Britain and Italy have announced an extensive common agenda; in the EU ready for reunification with &# 171; old and reliable partner&# 187;

World leaders welcome incoming US President Joe Biden and stand ready to work with the new American administration.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, speaking in parliament, said that he looked forward to working with Biden and his new administration and strengthening the partnership between the two countries.World leaders express readiness to cooperate with the Biden administration According to Johnson, London stands ready to work together to address common priorities – “from climate change to effective recovery from the pandemic and strengthening transatlantic security.”.

“The US is back.World leaders express readiness to cooperate with Biden administration And Europe is ready for this. Ready to reunite with an old and reliable partner, to breathe new life into our alliance. I look forward to working with [Biden], ”European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen tweeted..

“Today is a good day for democracy. In the United States, she faced huge challenges and withstood, – said the President of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier. “Despite attempts to destroy America’s institutional structure, electoral officials and governors, the judiciary and Congress have shown their strength. I am delighted that Joe Biden is being sworn in as president today and is moving to the White House. I know that many in Germany share this feeling. “.

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, speaking in parliament on Tuesday, said that his government is ready to immediately begin to cooperate with the Biden administration, given Italy’s presidency of the G20.

“We have a broad common agenda – from the effective multilateralism that we both want to see, to climate change, "green" and digital transformation and social inclusion, ”Conte said.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, speaking about the prospects for the extension of the US-Russian START-3 treaty, said that “Russia and the Russian president consistently advocate preserving this most important … document.”.

“Therefore, if, indeed, the political will of our American colleagues is shown to preserve this document through its initial extension, this can only be welcomed,” he added..

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