Must Biden take action in any week? Three news came out in a row, China expressed its position:looking forward to welcome
Before Biden officially took office, his team announced his ten-day priorities after taking office, and the information showed that Biden will take over from him.The White House began to announce the executive order on the first day, and within any week, Biden must act.
In fact, since Biden was formally sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on January 20, the United States has reported Judging from the three news reports, Biden did enter the”full firepower” state soon after taking office. According to CNN, a US government official revealed that Biden signed a total of 15 executive orders and two agency actions during his first few hours in office. It is reported that these figures have exceeded the previous four US presidents. And CBS reported on the 20th that these documents signed by Biden included requirements for wearing masks in federal buildings and Join the”Paris Agreement” and so on.
A message reported by CNN afterwards pointed out that after 17 decrees were signed on the first day of office, From the next day, every working day of Biden will sign more new policies around one theme. The theme on the 21st is the new crown virus, the 22nd is the anti-epidemic financial aid, the 25th is”Buy America”, and the 26th It’s the stock market… and according to CCTV News, on January 21, local time, US President Biden announced the details of the new government’s new crown response plan. The plan listed 10 new crown-related administrative orders and directed agencies to use the” National Defense Production Law to strengthen the fight against the epidemic.
According to another report by Reuters, On January 20, White House Press Secretary Psaki stated at a White House press conference that US President Biden will meet with Canadian Prime Minister Trudo On the phone. Psaki said that the content of the call will largely focus on the relationship between the United States and Canada, as well as the”Keystone XL” oil pipeline project that Biden stopped.
It is worth mentioning that Biden signed an executive order to initiate the US’s return to the Paris Agreement and the WHO , China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs also quickly stated:Looking forward to welcome.
January 21, Beijing time , The spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hua Chunying responded to relevant questions at the regular press conference that day. In response, Hua Chunying said:“China welcomes the U.S. rejoining the Paris Agreement, and we expect the U.S. to make positive contributions to combating climate change.” Hua Chunying also said:“China has always advocated that all countries actively support the WHO. Organize work to jointly maintain international public health security, especially in the current severe situation where the new crown pneumonia epidemic is still raging around the world. We welcome the return of the United States to the World Health Organization. We are willing to strengthen cooperation with the United States and other countries.”