Canada Joe Biden asserts that the United States is "ready to lead the world"
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Joe Biden asserted that the United States was "ready to lead the world", when the presentation of part of his future government.
Theare "ready to lead the world," said US President-elect , presenting the diplomatic and national security team of his future government on Tuesday in Wilmington.
"It is a team that reflects the fact that America is back, ready to lead the world and not to withdraw from it," he said, signaling the turn he intends to take to American foreign policy.
The future US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday advocated international cooperation to "solve the world's problems".
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"We cannot solve the world's problems alone, we must work with other countries," said the diplomat appointed by Joe Biden, stressing the need for "cooperation" and "partnership" with foreign countries.Climate change
US President-elect Joe Biden also recalled on Tuesday his "determination" to fight climate change, presenting his future special envoy in charge of this "existential threat", John Kerry.
"I want to be clear. I don't for a second underestimate the difficulties in meeting my bold commitments to fight climate change. But at the same time, no one should underestimate for a single second my determination to do so", said the Democrat from Wilmington, Delaware, presenting the diplomatic and national security team of his future government.
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