Biden from Britain as he begins his European tour: “The United States is back”

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  Biden seeks to send a message to China and Russia that the United States and Europe are interconnected (Getty)</p><div><p class="text-align-justify">The US President announced <a target="_blank" href="https://www.alaraby.co.uk/taxonomy/term/12375" rel="noopener">Of the bygones</a> On Wednesday, from Britain, who arrived at the beginning of his first foreign tour, that "the United States is back", hoping to overcome the isolation and grudges that characterized the era of <a target="_blank" href="https://www.alaraby.co.uk/taxonomy/term/12624" rel="noopener">Trump</a>.

And about his meeting with Putin Biden told American soldiers at Mildenhall base in eastern Britain that he would tell his Russian counterpart “what I want him to know.”

In his first trip abroad since taking office, Biden is seeking to re-establish the United States’ position on the world stage, reassuring European allies whose relations with his predecessor were turbulent, and promoting thefor democracy As the only bulwark able to withstand the rising tyrannical forces.

Shortly before his arrival at the Royal Air Force Base Mildenhall, where Biden meets American forces, informed sources confirmed that the Biden administration brokered an agreement with Pfizer Inc To buy 500 million doses of lcovid vaccines To donate it to about 92 poor countries and to the African Union during the next year.

Two hundred million doses, enough to fully protect 100 million people, will be shared this year, according to two sources familiar with the matter, and the doses will be donated in the first half of 2022.

informed Jake SullivanThe National Security Adviser, told reporters Wednesday on Air Force One that Biden is committed to sharing vaccines because they are in the public health and strategic interests of the United States.

As he embarks on his first trip outside the United States, Biden seeks to show that “democracies are the countries that can find the best solutions for people everywhere,” according to Sullivan.

He added, “As (Biden) said in a speech: We were the arsenal of democracy in World War II. And we will be the arsenal of vaccines during the coming period to help end the pandemic.”

Before leaving Washington, Biden told reporters that his trip was to deliver a message to the leaders of China and Russia that the United States and Europe “are interconnected.”
(AFP, Associated Press)





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