From human rights and COVID-19 to climate change and equality, world’s biggest leaders put their expectations forward as they congratulated the Biden-Harris administration on inauguration day.
Reactions, from world leaders, to the outcome of the US Presidential election have been varied.
According to the latest findings and analysis by YouGov, a British market research and data analytics firm that tracks how people are responding to the outbreak and their views on their government’s handling of the contagious disease, approval of government handling of COVID-19 has plunged to lowest level.
By alienating one of NATO founding members, Trump may have set in motion the eventual dissolution of an alliance that has been the bulwark of the free world against oppressive powers of the East for decades.
French President Emmanuel Macron said,’We have expressed our condolences for what happened in J&K’s Pulwama on February 14, 2019. We will continue to work together on terrorism. Our ties in Defence sector show how much we trust each other.’
French President Emmanuel Macron is of the view that no third party should intervene or incite violence in connection with the Kashmir issue, and it is for India and Pakistan to jointly resolve the matter.
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