Joe Biden has officially been sworn in as the 47th president of the United States. Political leaders from all around the world sent him messages of congratulations, hoping for better relations. Donald Trump was the president of the United States for four years and had quite a controversial reign.
Leaders from all around the world have congratulated Democrat Joe Biden after he was sworn in as the 47th president of the United States. This was after the tumultuous reign of Donald Trump, which endured for four years.
The political leaders from different parts of the world sent encouraging congratulatory messages to Joe Biden for becoming the president of the United States.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has come under fire for working so closely with Donald Trump during his run as the president, but he has now said that he is looking forward to working with Biden.
“In our fight against Covid and across climate change, defence, security and in promoting and defending democracy, our goals are the same and our nations will work hand in hand to achieve them,” said the Prime Minister.
Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, said that the countries of the United States and Canada are neighbours and should work together to defeat the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Our two countries are more than neighbours – we are close friends, partners and allies," he said.
Trudeau is hoping that he is hoping for a sustainable economic recovery and a good fight against climate change.
Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov expressed that Russia would be focusing on having "good relations" with the United States. A statement from the foreign ministry said that they were expecting a constructive approach to control talks.
The US and Russia are to discuss extending the landmark 2010 New START nuclear weapons accord shortly after Biden’s swearing-in, according to The South African.
Briefly.co.za previously reported when Donald Trump left the White House for the last time as president. President Donald Trump has finally departed the White House for the last time. He left for Joint Base Andrews, for a short farewell ceremony at the base, before one last presidential flight to Palm Beach.
The soon-to-be-former president thanked reporters at the White House and said it had been the 'honour of a lifetime' to serve as president.
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Source: Briefly News