British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Joe Biden agreed at a meeting at the White House that the solution of global problems, including those related to Russia and China, will continue to be based on the common interests of London and Washington, the office of the British Prime Minister Downing Street reports.
“The Prime Minister and the president also discussed some international issues, including China and Russia. They agreed that the United Kingdom and the United States would continue to approach these issues based on our common values, and the Prime Minister said that he looks forward to the President’s summit on democracy, which will help stimulate international action,” the statement said.
In addition, the parties discussed the actions of the allies in Afghanistan. They concluded that the best way to honor the memory of those who died in this country would be to use all diplomatic and humanitarian opportunities to prevent a humanitarian crisis in the country and “preserve the successes achieved in Afghanistan.”
They also agreed that the recognition of the Taliban movement by the world community should be coordinated and depend on whether the members of the radical movement will respect and respect human rights.
Biden and Johnson also pointed to the need to fulfill the promises made by the countries on climate issues and ensure global access to coronavirus vaccines.
In addition, the President and the Prime Minister stressed the role of the AUKUS defense and security deal between Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom in promoting peace and stability on the planet. Also, they stated that such a partnership expresses common values and global interests of the two countries.