German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday said she expects to open “a new chapter” in German-American relations. He says the message of congratulations to the new US President, Joe Biden, was full of positive thoughts AFP And DPA.
What Angela Merkel gave to Joe Biden
Citing her spokeswoman Stephen Shebert on Twitter, Angela Merkel sent “warm congratulations” to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on her inauguration, saying it was a “true celebration of American democracy.” ”.
“I look forward to opening a new chapter in German-American friendship and cooperation,” the Chancellor said in a statement.
Tough times between Germany and the United States with Donald Trump
Relations between Germany and the United States went through a difficult period during the reign of Biden’s predecessor, Donald Trump. Angela Merkel has been President of Germany for 15 years, having served with US Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump, and will now work with Joe Biden.
And Ionis congratulated Pita
President Glas Iohanis sends congratulations to his American rival Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. His post continued with the news about the development of the strategic partnership between Romania and the United States.
“Congratulations to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris,” said Glass Iohanis.
“I hope we work together to develop a strategic partnership for the benefit of our people and to act in a genuine sense of Atlantic values,” Klaus Iohanis wrote on Twitter on Wednesday.
Biden was sworn in Wednesday
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were sworn in as President and Vice President of the United States on Wednesday. The ceremony was marked by an unprecedented outbreak and an attack on the Capitol on January 6 by supporters of Donald Trump. The latter does not want to attend this event.
Democracy defeated the 46th US President Joe Biden on Wednesday. He called for unity in his inaugural address shortly after the inauguration ceremony at the Washington Capital.
“Right now, friends, democracy has won. Today we do not celebrate victory as the victory of one man, but for one reason, the cause of democracy,” Biden said.