Joe Biden was congratulated on his victory in the US election 2020
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, congratulated Joe Biden the elected US President, and Vice President Kamilla Harris on winning the US elections.
Congratulating Joe Biden for winning the US election
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan said on his Twitter account: “My congratulations to Joe Biden on winning the US elections, and to Kamala Harris, Vice President, and my wishes for success in achieving further progress.”
He continued that UAE and America have a strong strategic alliance and historic ties of friendship, and we will continue to strengthen them during the next stage.
The president of the State, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, congratulated His Excellency Joe Biden on his election as President of the United States of America after winning the US elections and wished him success in his upcoming duties.
His Highness, the President of the State, appreciated – in a congratulatory cable – the strategic and historical relations between the two friendly countries and peoples, and affirmed the keenness of UAE in strengthening the bilateral relations with the United States of America in various fields to serve their common interests.
Joe Biden’s Strategy after the US elections
American media reports revealed that the US President-elect, Joe Biden, will start the duties of his new position very early, before his official inauguration as President of the United States.
Biden announced that on Monday he will choose 12-member as part of a committee to confront the Corona pandemic, which has struck the United States for months.
Three people will jointly lead this panel, they are Vivek Murthy Former Surgeon General of the United States, and Drug Administration Commissioner David Kessler, and Dr Marcella Nunez-Smith of Yale University. Biden’s rapid activity shows the seriousness of his plans to confront the pandemic that has afflicted millions in the United States and made it the most affected country in the world by the disease.
UAE – US Relations
Emirati-American relations began in 1971, since the establishment of the United Arab Emirates, where the first nucleus of this relationship was America’s declaration of recognition of the union, and then the pace of relations sped up to make the United States the third country to establish formal diplomatic relations with the Emirates. In June 1974, the United States announced the establishment of its country’s first embassy in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi.
UAE-US Relations Development
The establishment of the embassy represented a new start in the development of the Emirati-American relations largely, and the United States of America became at the forefront of the major powers that unit it, and the UAE advanced relations and strategic partnership in all fields.
The United Arab Emirates and the United States adopted common positions against extremism and terrorism, and emphasized the importance of achieving security, stability, and peace, and enshrining the principles of tolerance and coexistence in the region and the world at large.
The United Arab Emirates and the United States gathered joint cooperation in sound nuclear energy, as the two sides signed, in April 2008, an agreement for cooperation in nuclear energy for civil and peaceful purposes.