They were reunited on Thursday in the village of Karbis in southwest Britain, and the two men announced that they had signed a new agreement
Atlantic CharterIt was inspired by the Declaration of Cooperation signed in 1941 by two of their illustrious predecessors, the British Winston Churchill and the American Franklin D. Roosevelt, but adapted to the problems of the twenty-first century.
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It builds on the commitments and aspirations outlined eighty years ago, and underscores our continuing commitment to upholding and defending our enduring values against new and old challenges. Common according to the text of the document published on the White House website.
Like the message penned by Joe Biden, which distinguished himself from his predecessor with his multilateral approach, the Charter
Energizing Objectives, for example, issues such as climate change, cyber threats, and public health crises in the COVID-19 era, as well as insisting on the necessary solidarity of NATO members.
Instead, he introduced Donald Trump, for whom these issues were not a priority
America first The center of its foreign policy.
When he arrived in the UK the day before, Joe Biden had hailed the US’s return to the Gala of Nations during a speech to US soldiers at Mildenhall Base.
The revised Atlantic Charter also highlights the importance of democracy, a point that Joe Biden has often made since he came to power.
Democracy itself is in danger here [aux États-Unis] and in the worldHe argued recently, depicting the “struggle against tyranny.”
We must make sure that democracies – starting with our own – can meet the critical challenges of our time.
We are committed to working closely with all partners who share our democratic values and to countering the efforts of those who seek to undermine our alliances and institutions., provides for the charter, which defends territorial sovereignty and condemns among other things disinformation and electoral interference, hardly an obscured point in place of Beijing and Moscow.
Its publication comes ahead of Joe Biden’s summit next week with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, which appears to be the culmination of this first foreign trip.
Moscow has been singled out by US intelligence services for its interference in the 2016 US presidential election. The meeting between the two leaders promises to be very different from that held in Helsinki, in 2018, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, who refused to side with the intelligence community in dullness.
baptism with fire
Because of the break in diplomatic relations, the former US vice president, who also chaired the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, will take his first steps in the coming days on the international stage as the number one for the United States. It was also his first personal encounter with a foreign leader, in reference to the importance given to the US-British alliance.
At the end of their meeting, he insisted
special relationship Between the two countries, describing his discussions with the person he already described
Physical and emotional reproduction Di Donald Trump Di
We emphasized the special relationship – and this should not be said lightly – the special relationship between our peoples and renewed our commitment to upholding the deep-rooted democratic values that our two countries share.
The British leader, who was seen as a Republican ally with a unilateralist approach, was happy to see his American partner wanting to work with London on a range of issues, such as security, climate and NATO.
It’s a great breath of fresh air.
It’s new and interesting and we work hard together, referring to a
Long The discussion that took place
Everyone is glad to see you, he had told her before tête-à-tête.
Boris Johnson also downplayed their differences over the impact of Brexit for peace in Northern Ireland, where tensions have renewed.
We want to make sure that we keep the peace process in balance. There is quite common ground and I am optimistic that we will get thereBoris Johnson reassured.
During last year’s presidential campaign, Biden warned that a post-Brexit free trade agreement between Washington and London could be in jeopardy if peace in Northern Ireland became
victim For Britain to leave the European Union, which he was not in favor of, unlike Donald Trump.
The American promise of 500 million doses
The two leaders did not participate in a joint press conference after their meeting; The British Prime Minister spoke to the local press while the US President gave a speech to discuss vaccination.
And according to what the American media reported on Wednesday, the US President announced that the United States will share 500 million doses of the Pfizer-BioN Tech vaccine against Covid-19 to disadvantaged countries. He said distribution would start in August and confirmed that 200 million doses would be delivered by the end of the year.
The White House has been criticized for delaying sharing its vaccines with the rest of the world, and is now trying to take the lead on the issue.
Our values call us to do everything we can to immunize the world against COVID-19President Biden said.
In difficult times, Americans reach out to help and lend a helping handHe said, adding that it is also in the interest of the country.
The United States provides half a billion doses unconditionallyBiden argued.
Our vaccine donations do not include lobbying for potential favors or concessions. We do this to save lives. to end this epidemic. That’s it. interval.
It is our humanitarian responsibility and commitment to save as many lives as possible.
Organizations such as the World Health Organization, UNICEF and Amnesty International have, for months, urged rich countries to do more to help poor countries curb the spread of the epidemic.
A global vaccination campaign will also be on the agenda of the G7 discussions.