After four years of tensions between President Donald Trump and international allies, world leaders have responded to the message. Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election Saturday is a day of praise and thanksgiving.
As vice-president in the Obama administration, Biden has forged closer ties with world leaders, with many calling him a “true friend” in their countries and in their alliances in their words.
Many also praised Kamala Harris for her the old rise of a second president – elected.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
“We will continue to build on this foundation as we continue to protect our people from the dangers of global warming against the COVID-19 epidemic, and work to promote peace and inclusion, economic development, and global climate change,” Trudeau said. He said in the appendix. “I look forward to working with Biden’s President-elect, Vice-President Harris, their administrators, and the United States Congress as we address the world’s biggest challenges.”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel
“Thank you very much! The American people have voted. Joe Biden will be the 46th president of the United States of America. I wish him all the best and success and thank you Kamala Harris, Vice President for Vice President of his country,” Merkel said. words in German. “I look forward to a future agreement with President Biden. Our friendship should never be restored if we want to address the great challenges of our day.”
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
First Scottish Minister Nicola Sturgeon
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg
“I look forward to working closely with President-elect Biden, Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris and new supervisors to strengthen cooperation between North America and Europe,” he said. He said Stoltenberg, who led the military through Trump’s criticism and accusations that his members were taking advantage of the US.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky
Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness
President of Kazakhstan Qasym-Jomart Toqayev
Irish Prime Minister Micheál Martin
Martin quoted Biden, a Catholic in Ireland, in a statement on Twitter, saying, “I look forward to welcoming him back home if possible!”
President of France Emmanuel Macron
Colombian President Iván Duque
“Thank you @JoeBiden, the next president of the United States and @kamalaharris, Vice-chancellor to vice president of the United States, “Duque wrote Spanish words.” We wish you all the best in your administration. “
Argentine President Alberto Fernández
“I applaud the American people for participating in the election, a clear demonstration of popularity,” he tweeted.