The two men, who met again Thursday in a village called Corbis Bay in southwestern Britain, announced they had signed a new one
Atlantic Charter, Their famous ancestors, Britain Winston Churchill and American Franklin d. Inspired by a declaration of cooperation signed by Roosevelt in 1941, but in line with 21st century issues.
Built around eight principles, Revelation
Relies on commitments and aspirations set eighty years ago, affirming our continued commitment to support our lasting values and to defend them against new and old challenges In general, according to the text of a document published on the White House site.
Like the message sent by Joe Biden, it stands by his multilateral approach, the Charter, from his predecessor.
Restored The goals are, for example, climate change, cyber threats and the public health crises of the COVID-19 era, in addition to emphasizing the need for solidarity among NATO members.
Donald Trump, who does not prioritize these issues, did instead
America first The center of its foreign policy.
When he arrived in the UK the day before, Joe Biden was there Baka to return to the United States At the Concert of Nations in a speech to U.S. soldiers at Mildenhall Base.
The revised Atlantic Charter also highlights the importance of democracy, which Joe Biden has often raised since coming to power.
Democracy is in danger here [aux États-Unis] And in the world, He recently argued, a “Fight Against Dictatorship”.
We need to make sure that democracies – starting with our own – can meet the critical challenges of our time.
We are committed to working with all partners who share our democratic values and to counter their attempts to undermine our alliances and institutions., A charter that protects territorial sovereignty and condemns misinformation and electoral interference in other matters, just a covered point in place of Beijing and Moscow.
Before its publication The summit will be held next week Joe Biden appears to be culminating in this first foreign tour with his Russian rival Vladimir Putin.
The American Intelligence Service isolated Moscow for interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, promising that the Tate-a-Tate between the two leaders would be very different. In Helsinki, In 2018, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, refused to join their country’s intelligence community.
Baptism by fire
The former U.S. vice president, who broke down in diplomatic relations, chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and in the coming days will make his first steps in the international arena, number one in the United States. This was the first meeting in person with a foreign leader as a sign of the importance given to the US-British alliance.
At the end of their meeting, he insisted
Special relationship Between the two countries, he described his negotiations with the ones he had already described
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We have affirmed the special relationship – which is not easy to say – and have renewed our commitment to uphold the special relationship between our people and the lasting democratic values shared by our two countries.
The British leader, who appeared to be an ally of the Republicans with an arbitrary approach, was delighted to see his American partner want to work with London on a number of issues, including security, climate and NATO.
It was a big breath of fresh air.
It’s new, it’s interesting and we’ve been working very hard together, He said, a
Length The discussion that took place
Everyone is happy to see you, He told her before their Tate-a-Tate.
Boris Johnson eased tensions over Brexit’s impact on peace in Northern Ireland, where tensions have risen.
We must ensure that the peace process is balanced. There is definitely normal ground and I am hopeful we will get there, Boris Johnson Assured.
During last year’s presidential election campaign, Biden warned that a post-Brexit free trade agreement between Washington and London would be jeopardized if peace prevailed in Northern Ireland.
Victim Of Brexit, he is not a supporter unlike Donald Trump.
American promise of 500 million doses
The two leaders did not attend a US press conference after their meeting; The British Prime Minister spoke to local newspapers and the American President addressed to discuss vaccines.
As if U.S. media reported Wednesday, US President announces sharing of 500 million doses of Pfizer-BioMtech vaccine with backward countries against COVID-19. It has been confirmed that distribution will begin in August and 200 million doses will be delivered by the end of this year.
The White House, which has been criticized for delaying the sharing of its vaccines with other parts of the world, is now trying to move forward on the issue.
Our values call on us to do everything in our power to make the world immune against COVID-19, Said President Biden.
In tough times, Americans expand to provide and assistHe said it was also in the interest of the country.
Half a billion doses are unconditionally provided by the United States, Argues Mr. Biden.
There will be no pressure for aids or potential discounts on our vaccine donations. We do this to save lives. To end this epidemic. That’s all. Period.
It is our responsibility, our humanitarian responsibility, to save as many lives as we can.
World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF and Amnesty International Wealthy nations have been appealing for months to help poor countries curb the epidemic.
The global vaccine campaign will also be on the G7 negotiation agenda.