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大俠行天下日記 我見我聞我思 06/12

大俠行天下日記 我見我聞我思 06/12

我見 我思 我聞



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Multilateralism Is Back

President Biden met the leaders of the world’s advanced economies in Falmouth,   England, and tried to restore a transitional relationship with the American alliances.

In the meantime, the gathering nations will pledge to donate one billion doses of vaccines to the world.

Biden has sought to restore the relationship between the alliances after four years of being fractured under the Trump administration.

As Prime Minister Merkel said, “We are happy that the American President is present here. Being able to meet Joe Biden is obviously important because he stands for the commitment to multilateralism which we were missing in recent years. We will find the values based on multilateralism which will lead to disputes with Russia, and in some aspects also with China.”

We are so glad President Biden is taking action to address the world’s issues,  especially in this pandemic period. So many countries are suffering and these are   really global issues.

We just can’t avoid the problems and just isolate in our own backyards.

We also hope the G-7’s powerful economies can find the solutions to fight for our common future.

This is a global village and nobody can deny it.