January 16, 2022

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Joe Biden invites 110 countries to summit for democracy, surpasses Moscow and Beijing

The US President’s campaign pledge “Summit for Democracy” will be held online on December 9-10.

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Joe Biden on Tuesday, November 23, launched an invitation to the Virtual Summit for Democracy for about 110 countries. The main Western allies of the United States are called, but not depending on Iraq, India or Pakistan Online list (In English) On the US State Department website. The US president immediately drew the anger of Russia and China, who were not among the guests.

“America wants to create new dividing lines, dividing countries into good and bad according to them.”Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a news conference. Beijing has announced “Strong opposition” At Taiwan’s invitation to this virtual summit. “Taiwan has no status in international law other than being an integral part of China.”, Chinese Diplomatic Spokesman Zhao Lijian hammered in front of the press.

It has not been hidden since the US president visited the White House in January: the fighting between democracies and “Powers”, Embodied in its vision by China and Russia, is at the heart of its foreign policy. The “Summit for Democracy”, A campaign pledge, the first edition of which will take place online on December 9th and 10th, a year after the face-to-face meeting, is one of the cornerstones of this priority.