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“The United States Stands Ready To Be Your Partner” …Says Pres. Biden To African Union

The Unite States president, Joe Biden has pledged his administration commitment to wholeheartedly work with the African Union and other Africans’ institutions to promote peace, security and human equality on the continent.
President Biden made the commitment in a video remarks address to the 34 African Union Summit, which took place last week through video conference due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
According him, this past year has also shown how interconnected the world is, and how the fates of people around the world are bound up together.
“That is why my administration is committed to rebuilding our partnerships around the world and re-engaging with international institutions like the African Union,” the US President assured.
He then called on every one to work together to advance the shared vision of a better future of growing trade and investment for worldwide prosperity, and advanced lives peace and security for all around the globe.
The US President also stressed the need to invest in democratic institutions and promote the human rights of all people — women and girls, LGBTQI individuals, people with disabilities, and people of every ethnic background, religion, and heritage.
“To reach this future, we must also confront the serious challenges we face. That includes investing more in global health— defeating COVID-19 and working to prevent, detect, and respond to future public health crises, and partnering with the Africa CDC and other institutions to advance health security,” he added.
“None of it will be easy. But the United States stands ready to be your partner, in solidarity, support, and mutual respect. We believe in the nations of Africa. In the continent-wide spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation. And though the challenges are great, there is no doubt that our nations, our people, and the African Union are up to this task,” the US President concluded.

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