Biden-Macron Telephone: What they discussed

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The President of the United States Joe Biden and his French counterpart Emanuel Macron discussed bilateral security co-operation in Africa, Europe and the Indo-Pacific region by telephone today, Friday, as the two countries seek to re-establish ties following a dispute over Washington’s security agreement with Britain and Australia (AUKUS).

In fact, Biden and Macron plan to continue their talks when they meet this month in Rome at the G20 summit, according to the White House.

“President Biden is looking forward to meeting later this month with President Macron in Rome, where they will continue talks and discuss numerous issues related to the Franco-American cooperation “, it is mentioned in the press release, issued by the American presidency.

In a telephone conversation with Macron, Biden reiterated the two countries’ ongoing efforts to support stability and security in the Sahel region and to strengthen cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, as well as efforts for a stronger European defense, says the White House.

The two leaders “discussed the efforts needed for strengthening Europe’s defense by guaranteeing complementarity with NATO“, As noted.

Macron-Harris contacts follow

In addition, the Vice President of the United States Kamala Harris will visit the Paris on November 11/12, where he will also meet with the French president, according to the White House.

Harris and Macron “will discuss the importance of the transatlantic relationship for world peace and security and will insist on the importance of our alliance for global challenges“, such as Covid-19 and the climate crisis, while they will also address the issues of the Sahel and the Indo-Pacific”, clarified the American presidency.

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