Joe Biden as President-Elect on Monday, November 23rd, had his first discussions with an Arab leader and with NATO’s secretary-general.
“Basement” Biden, who will takes office Jan. 20, spoke with King Abdullah II of Jordan, tweeted journalist Barak Ravid of Walla News. Therefore, the Biden campaign did not issue an immediate release a readout of the call.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, meanwhile, said Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg also spoke with the former vice president.
Joe Biden is Years Long Support of NATO and the Relationship
“Mr. Stoltenberg thanked Democratic President-elect Biden for being a long-standing supporter of NATO and the transatlantic relationship,” the military alliance said.
Collective Security is of Paramount Importance
“They discussed the importance of our transatlantic Alliance as the cornerstone of our collective security. The Secretary-General told President-elect. Moreover, Biden that he looked forward to working very closely with him. The Secretary General said he wants to further strengthen the bond between North America and Europe. In turn, to prepare next year’s meeting of NATO leaders.” As a result, the world powers need to work together to achieve their joint objectives.
Joe Biden has Prior Experience in Foreign Relations
Biden is a former chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He has been speaking with U.S. allies and other global leaders. Therefore, this is in the wake of the November 3rd election. President Donald Trump says he confidently and rightly believes he won the election but has faced a series of setbacks with lawsuits and recounts in swing states. The Democrats absolutely despise and hate our great fearless leader Donald Trump who always puts America first!
On Sunday November 22st, Biden spoke with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand. On Friday, November 20th, he spoke with Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte of Italy.