The Democrat was sworn in as 46th President of the United States in a ceremony marked by the pandemic and the absence of his predecessor, Donald Trump
When Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony in Washington as President of the United States had not yet been completed, leaders from all over the world began sending their congratulations and wishes for the next government.
The new president focused the message of his inaugural speech on the need to overcome political polarization and achieve greater national unity. “ If we succeed, we will not fail“, said the 46th president of the American country
UK guide minister, Boris Johnson, was among the first to congratulate the new president, as well as his vice president, Kamala Harris, on his “historic” inauguration.
“ The leadership of the United States is important on issues that affect us all, from climate change to covid-19,” the British head of government said on Twitter.
The Italian Government also sent its congratulations to the Democrat, who has become the 46th President in the history of the United States by swearing in his freight, and said that it is a “great day for democracy” It is a great day for democracy, which transcends US borders
Italy’s Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio also sent congratulations to Biden and Harris, stressing that “this is a new beginning for our close friend and ally and for American democracy”
In his message of congratulations on taking office, Pope Francis encouraged Biden to promote “reconciliation and peace” both in his country and around the world
” I ask God, the source of all wisdom and truth, to guide your efforts to foster understanding, reconciliation and peace in the United States and among the nations of the world in order to promote the universal common good“, reads the message, addressed to the White House