November 11 According to reports from the British Sky News and the Guardian on the 10th, following Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, British Prime Minister Johnson called Biden and was the second national leader to have a phone call with Biden.
Johnson posted on social media, “I spoke with Biden just now to congratulate him on his election. I look forward to strengthening the partnership between the two countries and cooperating on our common priorities, including tackling climate change to advancing the democratic process. And a better recovery from the pandemic.”
Downing Street 10 revealed that Johnson and Biden had a conversation for about 25 minutes starting at 4 pm on the 10th, discussing the close and long-term relationship between the two countries, covering topics such as trade, NATO, and democracy.
The dust in the US presidential election is uncertain. With many mainstream US media announcing Biden’s victory, on November 7, British Prime Minister Johnson took the lead in congratulating Biden through social media. He emphasized that the United States will always be Britain’s most important ally, and hopes that the two countries will give priority to cooperation on climate change, trade and security issues.
At present, leaders of many countries around the world have congratulated Biden and Harris, including French President Macron, German Chancellor Merkel, British Prime Minister Johnson, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, and Indian Prime Minister Modi. , Philippine President Duterte, etc.
Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau took the lead in calling Biden on the 9th. In addition to Trudeau and Johnson, German Chancellor Merkel, French President Macron and Irish Prime Minister Michel Martin also spoke with Biden on the phone on Tuesday (10th).