The international repercussion of the triumph of the Democrat Joe Biden in the presidential elections in the USA is reflected in the numerous reactions to his victory, among which stand in the last hours the position of Iran or also the silence that the China of President Xi Jinping and the Russia of Vladimir Putin have maintained until now.
Iran has expressed its opinion through the country’s first vice president, Eshaq Yahanguirí, who on his Twitter account has written: “We hope to see a change in destructive US policies and a return to the law, international commitments and respect for nations. ”
One of Trump’s great allies and enemy of the Tehran regime, the first Israeli miniter, Binyamin Netanyahu, has not been pronounced until today. And it is that with the defeat of the Republican Netanyahu he loses a great partner. In any case, the Israeli leader has congratulated Biden and Kamala Harris, while thanking his ally Trump. Now Netanyahu must prepare to deal now with a new Democratic Executive who is expected to be less favorable to his right-wing positions and more reluctant to Israeli colonial expansion into occupied Palestinian territory and to the annexation of territories, to which the plan of peace for the Trump region.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas for his part, he has assured that he “hopes to work” with Biden “to improve relations” with the United States, seriously damaged during the Trump presidency, “and to achieve freedom” and “independence” for the Palestinian people. The Palestinian leadership cut ties with the White House after Trump recognized Jerusalem as an Israeli capital and moved his embassy there, a step that broke with international consensus on the Holy City, whose occupied eastern part is claimed by the Palestinians as the capital of Israel. your future state.
Working to strengthen the transatlantic link after four years of deterioration with Trump is the wish expressed by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who has called Biden a “strong supporter” of the organization. During his four years in office, the Republican president has questioned the very importance of NATO, an alliance for mutual defense established in 1949, as well as the role that the US plays in it.
The World Health Organization (WHO) He regains hope of rebuilding his ties at the highest level with Washington after the victory of Biden, who promised during his campaign to stop the process of leaving his country from this multilateral entity. “Congratulations to President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris. My colleagues at WHO and I look forward to working with you and your teams & rdquor ;, he said the Director General of the Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.