PM Johnson speaks to Biden, discusses COVID-19 and climate change
LONDON (Reuters) — Prime Minister Boris Johnson informed British Prime Minister that he spoke to the US
On Tuesday, President-elect Joe Biden on work together to resolve and rebound from the pandemic of COVID-19.
Under Biden, Johnson forecast strong connections to the USA and considered a shared ground in topics such as climate change, considering his anxiety about Brexit policies expressed by the President-Elect.
Johnson said in a tweet, 'I just talked with@JoeBiden to congratulate him on his election.
"I look forward to strengthening the partnership between our countries and to working with him on our shared priorities – from tackling climate change, to promoting democracy and building back better from the pandemic."
Johnson never encountered Biden, and critics indicated that he might require a great deal of commitment to facilitate the so-called "special relationship" between historic allies.
Following the message, the Office of Johnson announced that next year in Glasgow, the Prime Minister welcomed Biden to attend UN COP26.
Johnson and Biden said they have committed to building the relationship of their nations, including the NATO defense alliance, in areas such as trade and stability.
No relation was provided to the discussion of the call by Brexit.
The government of Johnson wants a trade arrangement with the European Union, but it said that it is happy to go without a trade agreement.
Johnson proposed measures to breach the Brexit Divorce Settlement Protocol in Northern Ireland, aimed at preventing a formal customs frontier between the British Colony and EU member Ireland.
This has caused Bident to advise him that the United Kingdom has to respect the 1998 peace deal between Northern Ireland and its Irish roots, because he has withdrawn from the bloc so there can be no independent US trade arrangement.
There was an error (Reporting by Alistair Smout; additional reporting by William James; editing by Stephen Addison)