International cooperation: The administration of J. Biden decides to renew its partnership with the African Union, to promote women’s rights

International cooperation: The administration of J. Biden decides to renew its partnership with the African Union, to promote women’s rights

Joe Biden’s administration is committed to renewing partnerships around the world and resuming dialogue with international institutions such as the African Union, to promote the human rights of all women and girls.

It was President Joe Biden who announced it through a video of about 2 minutes, posted this Friday, February 5 on the Twitter account of the US Embassy in the DRC.

For the 46th President of the United States, it is imperative to work together to promote the common vision of a better future, a future of growing trade and investment, which promotes prosperity for all nations, the life in peace and security for all citizens.

In addition, J. Biden calls on his partners to address the significant challenges that nations face, to achieve the longed-for future.

” This requires investing more in global health, defeating Covid-19, and working to prevent, detect and respond to future public health crises and in partnership with African CDCs and other institutions serving health security ” , did he declare.

The American president also expressed the wish to practice a coherent long-term diplomacy, in connection with the African Union, to face the conflicts which claim lives across the African continent. 

“ None of this is going to be easy, but the United States stands ready today to be your partner, in solidarity and to support you in mutual respect. We believe in the nations of Africa, in the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation across the continent, ”said Biden.

In addition, Joe Biden says he is convinced that the African Union, the nations as well as all the peoples will be up to the immense challenges that arise, before hoping to participate in face-to-face, at the next AU summit in 2022. .
for this 34th ordinary session, the presidency back to the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Head of State Félix Tshisekedi, who takes the helm this Saturday, February 6, succeeds South African Cyrille Ramaphosa.
During his meeting with the US ambassador in the DRC, the Congolese president had “mentioned being in favor of more engagement of the United States on the African continent,” said Mike Hammer, in a statement.
The US diplomat reassured that the United States sees greater opportunities for cooperation on the important challenges facing Africa, as well as stronger bilateral ties with the DRC during President Tshisekedi’s tenure as head of the UA.

Joe Biden’s statement further proves the endorsement of the break with the Donald Trump era.

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