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Biden lands in the UK demanding stability in Northern Ireland

Biden lands in the UK demanding stability in Northern Ireland

Wednesday Air Force One has landed with presidential couple Joe and Jill Biden on board At Mildenhall Air Force Base in the United Kingdom. On Thursday, Joe Biden will begin his first trip abroad as US president by meeting Boris Johnson, before kicking off this weekend’s G7 meeting in Cornwall in southwest England, which will last for three days.

Biden comes to the meeting with a clear call to honor the so-called Good Friday Agreement signed in 1998 by the Irish and British governments, which marks the end of three decades of bloody fighting in Northern Ireland: to prevent conflict with the European Union from jeopardizing the fragile peace in Northern Ireland.

President Biden was very clear For its fundamental belief in the Good Friday Agreement as the basis for peaceful coexistence in Northern Ireland. White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said regarding the president’s arrival in Britain that steps that would jeopardize or undermine the agreement would not be welcome.” According to Sullivan, Biden, who hails from Ireland during the state visit, will make a statement about the importance of the peace agreement.

In addition to Northern Ireland, Biden and Johnson are also expected to discuss the climate crisis and trade issues.

On Friday, he joins other leaders of the G7 nations to discuss, among other things, the issue of vaccines for poor countries and the imposition of a global tax of 15 percent on multinational companies.

At the beginning of next week, the journey begins to Brussels for meetings with NATO and the European Union, before ending the trip in Geneva, where Biden will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Before meeting with the Russian president, President Biden indicated that he intends to pressure Putin on human rights and Russian aggression.

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