A common option for improving Atlantic relations. The foreign ministers of Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the United States have announced their intention “Update” Atlantic Relations follows their first meeting since Friday, February 5, after President Joe Biden took office in Washington on January 20.
“Foreign ministers have acknowledged that they want to restart the traditionally strong Atlantic federation and must collectively face global challenges in the future.”, They said in a statement. “This first deep exchange between the foreign ministers since the inauguration of President Biden is characterized by a confident and constructive atmosphere.”
European ministers and their new US opponent, Anthony Blingen, have been talking about Iran’s nuclear deal since former President Donald Trump withdrew from his country in 2018, the report said. The three European countries and the United States that signed the agreement in 2015 “Discussed how an integrated approach can address our common concerns about Iran.”, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb tweeted.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian described the debate on Twitter “Important Conversation on Iran” And in how to deal with it “Group” Challenges related to nuclear and regional security.
There was a deep and important exchange in the Iranian file ECSecBlinken, E Hycomas And Dominicrop To tackle nuclear and regional security challenges collectively. We also talked about other important surface issues.
– Jean-Yves Le Drian (@JY_LeDrian) February 5, 2021
Berlin said the virtual exchanges were also an opportunity to address a number of topics, including the Govt-19 epidemic, relations with China and Russia, and global climate policy.
Anthony Blingen a “Underlines US commitment to concerted action to tackle global challenges”, Said U.S. Diplomatic Spokesman Nate Price. Individual ride and words contrary to policy“America First” The Trump administration.
There are leaders in diplomacy “Confirms the central role of the Atlantic relationship in addressing security, climate, economy, health and other challenges facing the world.”, .NET price added.