It requests action in Libya, Syria and Yemen and reaffirms the US commitment to multilateralism.
Madrid, 19 (Europa Press)
US President Joe Biden has called for members of the Security Council to act “urgently” in regional crises in Burma and Ethiopia, as well as in Libya, Syria and Yemen.
Through a statement, the White House has confirmed this meeting between the president and the council, where it has “reaffirmed the United States’ commitment to world leadership on the basis of values and reunification with international institutions, Especially with the United Nations. “
Biden collaborated with global partners and multilateral institutions to “end the epidemic, improve global health security, and ensure that our nations undertake an equitable and sustainable economic recovery campaign.”
At the meeting, the President announced that the country intended to jointly join the United Nations Friends Group on Climate and Security.
The President was accompanied by John Kerry, the President’s Special Envoy for Climate and Deputy Senior Counselor for Homeland Security, John Finer, who briefed the United States’ priorities on climate change and regional security, respectively.
Finally, Biden thanked the United Nations Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, for her tenure, while the United States chaired the council this month.
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