- Drake will lead the Govt integration. Biden’s help
- Van der Lion du Blingen: We like the global EU-US agenda
- Possible conflicts between Brussels and Washington over 5G document
US President Joe Biden’s participation in a video conference with the European Council today, Thursday, March 25, is a sign of goodwill and goodwill towards the European friendly country since the Trump bracket. But the future is not without some possibilities. Since June 2001 (the Berlusconi government) no US president has attended the European summit. The globalization of pain and the united struggle against the epidemic that has united all democracies are rewriting the old rules of diplomacy. Therefore, the priority of Asia’s challenge to control Chinese aspirations was once addressed to four (US, Australia, India and Japan) virtual summits after the visits of Tokyo and Seoul and US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen. Conflict with Chinese diplomacy at the US-China summit in Alaska last week has made it almost imperative to look to Europe. Today, the EU Council will talk about increasingly close covit integration and how to best optimize the existing large drug production capacity in Europe from EU additives. Biden could offer its contribution in large quantities that would not be immediately available to American citizens.
Drake will lead the Govt integration. Biden’s help
Today a European summit will see Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi play a key role, along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron. Drake admitted in parliament yesterday that there is frustration among European citizens about vaccines, but he said, “Now we see the future, for the positive signs on the horizon. I speak of pragmatism in a positive light for the EU, and I do not put the search for other avenues first. Italy shows that its action is based on three pillars: compliance with agreements of vaccine multinationals; Sanctions if these agreements are not respected; Immediate replacement of missing vaccines with other types of vaccines. The path to European integration remains excellent, especially if the United States is willing to make its contribution. Feedback on the digital industry, competitiveness and above all respect for human rights in Turkey and Russia is also eagerly awaited by Python.
Van der Lion du Blingen: We like the global EU-US agenda
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken attended the NATO summit in Brussels yesterday. “The United States – EU Commission President Ursula van der Leyen told Blinking – a valid and important partner for the EU, we want to create a global EU-US agenda. Your presence here is a clear signal. Ambitions. Our immediate priority is to tackle the Govt-19 epidemic. . Tony, I look forward to working with you to strengthen the global vaccine supply chain. ‘
The United States views China as a threat to democracies
It is no secret that the United States views China’s current geopolitical position as a real threat not only to the United States but to all Western democracies. The threat reinforced by unprecedented economic growth. The first figures for January and February 2021 speak for themselves compared to the first two months of 2020 in the midst of the epidemic crisis: Chinese growth in industrial production, consumption and investment exceeded 30% and if it had affected GDP by 6.8% in the first quarter of 2020 it would now be + 15% in the first quarter of 2021. Has been registered.
The United States applauds EU sanctions against China on human rights
One signal appreciated by the United States, however, is the European sanctions against China, the first to condemn the 1989 Tiananmen massacre. China has opposed the summoning of its ambassadors to some EU countries (after France, Italy has summoned the Chinese ambassador along with Deputy Minister Marina Sereni). However, these are demands for clarification after Beijing’s decision in retaliation for the EU’s announced action against Chinese officials accused of abusing Uyghurs.