Allies! We have allies again! Foreign leaders rush to congratulate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

first_imgxCongratulations to US President-Elect @JoeBiden. Joe Biden has been a true friend of Greece and I’m certain that under his presidency the relationship between our countries will grow even stronger. 🇬🇷🇺🇸— Prime Minister GR (@PrimeministerGR) November 7, 2020The mayor of Paris welcomes back America,xWelcome back America ! Félicitations à @JoeBiden et @KamalaHarris pour cette élection ! Alors que nous allons célébrer les 5 ans de l’Accord de Paris, cette victoire est un beau symbole pour plus que jamais agir ensemble face à l’urgence climatique. 🇺🇸 #Election2020— Anne Hidalgo (@Anne_Hidalgo) November 7, 2020 xI want to congratulate the new President Elect of the USA @JoeBiden Joe Biden has been a true friend of this nation throughout his life and I look forward to working with him in the years ahead. I also look forward to welcoming him back home when the circumstances allow! 🇮🇪 🇺🇸— Micheál Martin (@MichealMartinTD) November 7, 2020EU Council President Donald Tusk has an almost familiar name … and a powerful message.President of France.- Advertisement – Prime Minister of Ireland.- Advertisement – So should this one from the Prime Minister of India.x x xCongratulations, @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. Our two countries are close friends, partners, and allies. We share a relationship that’s unique on the world stage. I’m really looking forward to working together and building on that with you both.— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) November 7, 2020This one has to sting for … oh, you know, that guy.- Advertisement – xOn behalf of all Zimbabweans, a huge congratulations to President Elect @JoeBiden on his election victory. Zimbabwe wishes you every successes in leading the American people. I look forward to working with you to increase cooperation between our two nations.— President of Zimbabwe (@edmnangagwa) November 7, 2020The prime minister of Fiji has his eye on the most important issues, and is anxious to see the return of U.S. leadership instead of angry isolation.So does Portugal.xCongratulations to President Elect @JoeBiden. We look forward to working with the new #USA Administration to reinforce transatlantic relations and cooperate on global issues, such as climate change, defense of democracy and international security.— António Costa (@antoniocostapm) November 7, 2020Prime minister of Belgium.xCongratulations @JoeBiden with your election as 46th President of the United States.A record number of people have cast their vote in this election. This illustrates the vibrancy of the American political life and its democracy.— Alexander De Croo (@alexanderdecroo) November 7, 2020President of Italy.xCongratulations to the American people and institutions for an outstanding turnout of democratic vitality. We are ready to work with the President-elect @JoeBiden to make the transatlantic relationship stronger. The US can count on Italy as a solid Ally and a strategic partner— Giuseppe Conte (@GiuseppeConteIT) November 7, 2020Chancellor of Austria.xCongratulations to @JoeBiden, the new President-elect of the United States. Europe and the United States share a system of values – values that we stand up for together. Looking forward to our future cooperation!— Sebastian Kurz (@sebastiankurz) November 7, 2020 xMy warmest congratulations to @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. Looking forward to strengthening excellent US-Swedish relations and to work jointly for multilateralism, democracy and global security. Together, we can lead a green transition creating jobs for the future.— SwedishPM (@SwedishPM) November 7, 2020Ahem … President of Ukraine. Maybe Biden could make this his first overseas stop, just for fun.xCongratulations to @JoeBiden @KamalaHarris! #Ukraine is optimistic about the future of the strategic partnership with the #UnitedStates. 🇺🇦 and 🇺🇸 have always collaborated on security, trade, investment, democracy, fight against corruption. Our friendship becomes only stronger!— Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) November 7, 2020Of course, not every message is so welcoming. – Advertisement –last_img read more