“They discussed the close and close relationship between the two countries and pledged to continue building this partnership in the years to come, in areas including trade and security – including through NATO,” the prime minister’s office said after the first phone conversation between the two, since last week’s presidential election.

“The Prime Minister invited the President-elect to attend the COP26 summit hosted by Great Britain in Glasgow next year. They also expressed their eagerness to see each other face to face, including at the G7 summit, hosted by the United Kingdom, in 2021 “.

US President-elect Joe Biden spoke on the phone with several of his European counterparts, including transatlantic relations in NATO and the EU, the health crisis caused by covid-19, the fight against terrorism and climate change, reports AFP. Joe Biden began telephone talks with foreign leaders on Tuesday with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin has announced that he has spoken on the phone with Joe Biden.

“I just had a warm phone call with President-elect @JoeBiden,” who stressed his attachment to his Irish roots, he wrote on Twitter.

According to the Irish government, Biden “reaffirmed his full support” for the 1998 Good Friday Peace Agreement, which put an end to “unrest” and stressed the importance of complying with it in Brexit.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has good relations with Donald Trump, sent a congratulatory message to Joe Biden on Tuesday, expressing his hope for a strengthening of Ankara’s relations with Washington.

“The challenges we face on a global and regional scale make it necessary to develop and strengthen our relations on the basis of shared interest and common values,” Erdogan said in a message published by the Turkish presidency.

“In this new period, I reiterate my determination to work closely with the US administration in this regard,” he added, calling Turkey’s relationship with the United States “old” and “strategic.”

The Turkish president then sent a message to his American counterpart Donald Trump, thanking him for his “warm friendship”.

“Thank you for your sincere and determined vision that has allowed the development of relations between Turkey and the United States,” and “for your warm friendship,” Erdogan wrote to Trump.

In this message, the Turkish head of state carefully avoids evoking Trump’s defeat in the US presidential election on November 3, which refuses to admit it and denounces electoral fraud without presenting evidence.