Ursula von der Leyen – Right here’s how world leaders reacted to US President Joe Biden’s inauguration
As Joe Biden took oath because the 46th US President Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed congratulations on his presidency’s inauguration on the Capitol. PM Modi joined a bunch of world leaders in congratulating Biden on his swearing-in.
“My warmest congratulations to Joe Biden on his assumption of workplace as President of the USA of America. I sit up for working with him to strengthen India-US strategic partnership,” PM Modi mentioned in a tweet.
Listed here are the leaders who congratulated Biden:
Russian authorities spokesperson
Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov acknowledged: “Russia and its president are in favour of preserving this agreement… If our American colleagues will in fact demonstrate a political will to preserve this pact by extending it, this can only be welcomed.”
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson congratulated Biden as he addressed the Parliament. “I sit up for working with him (Biden), and along with his new administration, strengthening the partnership between our international locations and dealing on our shared priorities: from tackling local weather change, constructing again higher from the pandemic and strengthening our transatlantic safety,” Johnson was quoted as saying by information company Reuters.
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier
German President Steinmeier known as Biden’s swearing-in a ‘good day for democracy’. The President mentioned: “At the moment is an effective day for democracy. In the USA of America, it has confronted large challenges – and endured. Regardless of the makes an attempt to tear at America’s institutional cloth, election staff and governors, the judiciary and Congress, have confirmed sturdy. I’m significantly relieved that, at present, Joe Biden is being sworn in as president and can be transferring into the White Home. I do know many individuals in Germany share this sense.”
European Fee President Ursula Von Der Leyen
“The US is again. And Europe stands prepared. To reconnect with an outdated and trusted associate, to breathe new life into our cherished alliance. I sit up for working along with @JoeBiden.”
Congratulations Biden?ref_src=twsrcpercent5Etfw” class=”” rel=”nofollow, noopener” goal=”_blank”>@JoeBiden on being sworn in as President of the USA and @KamalaHarris – the primary lady Vice-President of the US!
Thanks for the inspiring inaugural tackle and for the supply to cooperate.
— Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) January 20, 2021
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte
Whereas commenting on the Biden’s inauguration within the Italian Parliament, Prime Minister Conte mentioned, “We’re wanting ahead to the Biden presidency, with which we are going to begin working instantly in view of our presidency of the G20. We’ve a powerful widespread agenda, starting from the efficient multilateralism that we each need to see ,to local weather change, inexperienced and digital transition and social inclusion.”