America’s newly-elected President Joe Biden spoke to UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutarais on Monday. Necessary global issues including the fight against Covid-19 were discussed to strengthen the partnership.
The Temporary Administration said that the two will develop a way to deal with future health challenges, tackle climate change, address humanitarian crises, encourage sustainable development, maintain peace and security, end conflicts And there was also discussion on promoting democracy and human rights.
According to him, the country’s next president also expressed concern over the escalating violence in Ethiopia and the threat it posed to citizens. Biden also spoke to Argentine President Alberto Fernández and talked about working together to overcome the Covid-19.
According to the statement, he (Biden) emphasized a deep partnership in the hemisphere to increase economic prosperity, fight climate change, strengthen the locality, look at the issue of regional migrants and meet other common challenges.
Biden also acknowledged the Pope’s importance to Argentina and Latin America. In a phone conversation with Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado, Biden praised the country’s leadership for work on human rights, regional migration, COVID-19 and climate-related threats. Biden spoke to Kenyatta, the President of Kenya, to partner with the country on various issues.