This is the mark of a desire for close cooperation between the two countries.
According to information confirmed by the Elysee, Emmanuel Macron will meet in the early evening this Sunday with the new President of the United States, Joe Biden, four days after his inauguration.
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It will first be a matter of recalling that France is the "
oldest ally of the United States
", and that it will continue to embody this "
reliable ally and available to act alongside them
", as indicated by 'Elysium.
The exchange will also be an opportunity to mark common objectives in the management of the health crisis, by associating it with a lasting recovery to "
support and revitalize multilateralism
"Building a Franco-American partnership"
The two presidents will also discuss a more international aspect, addressing more specifically the situation in the regions of the Levant, the Sahel, Iran, Libya and the Eastern Mediterranean.
According to the Presidency of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden will discuss the issue of dialogue between their two nations, while the latter may have been made more complex during the mandate of Donald Trump.
The Élysée thus expressed Emmanuel Macron's desire to draw up a “
” for the past few months and to look at “
how to build a Franco-American partnership very concretely
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As of Wednesday, the French president had sent in English, on Twitter, his “
best wishes for success
” to the new American leader.
On his first day in the White House, Joe Biden had signed a series of decrees.
Among them: the return of the United States to the Paris Agreement on the climate.