After the inauguration of the new American president last Wednesday, Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden spoke on the phone for an hour for their first conversation. The two heads of state recorded “big views” on major international issues, especially within the framework of the World Health Organization, on Kovid-19 and on the climate since the US return to the Paris Agreement.
“Emmanuel Macron recalled the historic friendship between our two countries based on freedom and democracy, and underscored his determination to work with the United States to achieve our common goals,” Elysee said in a statement.
On Iran’s nuclear issue, the two leaders confirmed their willingness to work together for peace in the vicinity and in the Middle East. This “friendly, cordial and functional conversation” lasted for about an hour in English, as evidenced by the French President’s entourage.
The White House said Joe Biden had told Emmanuel Macron that he “wanted to strengthen bilateral ties with our oldest ally, France,” and “through NATO and the Atlantic Ocean.” European Union “.
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