Biden signs a decree to lift travel restrictions imposed by the Trump administration on some Muslim countries

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Washington: The US President began, Of the bygonesHis work in the White House, after the end of his inauguration ceremony, Wednesday, by signing several presidential decrees that nullified decisions previously taken by his predecessor. Donald Trump.
According to what US media reported, Biden signed two presidential decrees regarding his country’s re-entry into the Paris climate agreement, and the World Health Organization, from which the Trump administration withdrew.
He also signed a decree to lift travel restrictions imposed by the Trump administration on some Islamic countries.
The US President also signed a decree requiring the wearing of masks “masks” in federal buildings due to the emerging corona virus (Covid-19).
This came after the President and his wife, Jill Biden, arrived at the White House, to enter him for the first time as President of the United States after his inauguration in Congress.
Kamala Harris, the vice president, along with her family, entered the White House as the first woman, the first black woman, and the first Asian to hold the vice presidency, according to local media.
After arriving at the White House, Biden declared January 20 “National Day of Unity,” according to CNN.
Biden said: “Today we celebrate the victory of democracy after elections that saw more Americans vote than at any time in the history of our nation, and where the will of the people was heard and responded to.”

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