PARIS: World leaders say Americans are looking forward to working with Joe Biden because Democrats were sworn in as president after four tumultuous years under Donald Trump.
Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated US President Joe Biden on his inauguration and said he looked forward to further strengthening US-Pakistan relations.
“I congratulate President Joe Biden on his inauguration. Strengthening the Pak-US partnership through trade and economic engagement, tackling climate change, improving public health, fighting corruption and in the region.” And look forward to working with Pott to promote peace beyond that, “the minister wrote in a Twitter message.
European Council President Charles Michelle tweeted congratulations to both Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, adding: “Now is the time to restore commitment and common sense and renew our EU-US relationship. Restore from. “
“Europe is ready for a fresh start,” said European Commission President Ursula van der Leyen.
President Hassan Rouhani praised the departure of the “tyrant” Trump, and Tehran repeatedly called on Washington to lift sanctions on its nuclear campaign.
“We expect the Biden administration to return the law and promises, and in the next four years, if they can, we will try to remove the stains of the last four years,” Rouhani said.
Biden’s administration wants to return the United States to the nuclear deal, which Trump withdrew, giving Tehran a return of strict compliance.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged Biden to “strengthen” the long-standing alliance between the two countries.
Netanyahu said in a video, “I look forward to working with you to further strengthen the US-US-Israel alliance to expand peace between Israel and the Arab world and to address common challenges.” Netanyahu said in a video.
“North America and Europe are the foundation of our security, and a strong NATO is good for both North America and Europe,” said NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
“NATO allies need to stand together to deal with China’s rise, the threat of terrorism, including the security consequences in Afghanistan and Iraq, and another formal Russia.”
Pope Francis urged Biden to promote “reconciliation and peace” around the world.
The Pope said, “At a time when our human family is facing a serious crisis that requires foresight and a united response, I pray that your decisions will lead to the building of a society of authentic justice and freedom. Will guide with concern. “
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia would seek “good relations” with the United States, while a Foreign Ministry statement said it hoped for a “more constructive” approach to future arms control talks. ۔
US and Russia immediately after Biden’s swearing-in. Later, the new startups of 2010 will discuss extending the nuclear deal. The last nuclear deal between the countries, it limits each side to 1,500 nuclear warheads and expires on February 5.
Frank-Walter Steinmeier, president of Germany, Europe’s largest economy, said he was “relieved” that Biden was replacing Trump as US president, calling it “a good day for democracy.”
Germany “looks forward to seeing the United States as an indispensable partner again” in the Corona virus epidemic, climate change, security issues, arms control and disarmament, and many immediate conflicts around the world. Is an indispensable partner in addressing.
French government spokesman Gabriel Atal said Biden’s promise to rejoin the World Health Organization, which has sparked a global response to the Cove 19 epidemic, and the Paris climate deal “were crucial” after Trump’s departure. “It was.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has been criticized for his close ties with Trump, said he was looking forward to “working closely” with Biden.
“In our fight against the Code and in our struggle to promote and defend climate change, defense, security and democracy, our goals are the same and our nations will work together to achieve them,” he said.
Prime Minister Michael Martin wrote on Twitter, “Today a true friend of Ireland; Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States.
“This is a day of history and hope and I look forward to maintaining close ties between our two great nations.”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for climate action and sustainable economic recovery. “Our two countries are more than neighbors. We are close friends, partners and allies,” he said, pledging Canada’s support in fighting the corona virus epidemic.
The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi tweeted: “My heartiest congratulations to Joe Biden on assuming the office of President of the United States of America. I look forward to working with him to strengthen the India-US Strategic Partnership. Look forward to