After four years of increasing tensions between President Donald Trump and important international allies, world leaders responded to news Joe Biden wins the 2020 election On Saturday, praise and congratulations.
As vice president in the Obama administration, Biden has strengthened ties with world leaders, and many have described him as a “true ally” of their nations and alliances in their remarks.
Many also congratulated Kamala Harris on it Historic rise to the office of Vice President-elect.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
“We will continue to build on this foundation as we continue to preserve the safety and health of our people from the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic, and work to promote peace, inclusion, economic prosperity and climate action around the world,” Trudeau said. He said In an extended statement. “I look forward to working with President-elect Biden, Vice President-elect Harris, their administration, and the US Congress as we tackle together the world’s biggest challenges.”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel
Merkel said, “Congratulations! The American people have decided. Joe Biden will be the 46th President of the United States of America. I wish him with all my heart success and success, and I also congratulate Kamala Harris, the first elected vice president of her country.” Statement in German. “I look forward to future cooperation with President Biden. Our friendship across the Atlantic is irreplaceable if we are to meet the greatest challenges of our time.”
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg
“I look forward to working closely with President-elect Biden, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, and the new administration to further strengthen the ties between North America and Europe.” He said Stoltenberg, who led the military coalition organization through Trump’s criticism and accusations that its members were exploiting the United States.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy
Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holnes
President of Kazakhstan Qasim Jomart Tokayev
Irish Prime Minister Michel Martin
Martin referred to Biden’s Irish Catholic roots in his statement on Twitter, saying, “I also look forward to welcoming him back home when conditions permit!”
French President Emmanuel Macron
Colombia’s President Evan Duque
We congratulate @ Joe Biden, The next president of the United States and Embed a TweetDuque tweeted in Spanish, the first female vice president of the United States. “We wish you all success in your tenure.”
The President of Argentina, Alberto Fernandez
“I congratulate the American people for record participation in the elections, which is a clear expression of the popular will,” he wrote on Twitter.