Biden expressed support for the EU in a conversation with the head of the European Commission

Joe Biden and Ursula von der Leyen agree to coordinate actions on issues related to Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine.

President Joe Biden spoke by phone with Ursula von der Leyen, the European Commission head, on Friday. This is stated in the message of the White House.

In a conversation with von der Leyen, Biden stressed his support for the European Union and his commitment to restoring a vibrant partnership between the US and the EU.

The President of the United States and the President of the European Commission have agreed to suspend the mutual duties on aviation equipment, imposed in the framework of disputes within the World Trade Organization (WTO), for four months. The leaders agreed to work to resolve these long-standing disputes.

Biden and von der Leyen, the White House said, “agreed to coordinate on issues of common interest, including China, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, and the Western Balkans.” They also discussed cooperation in containing the COVID-19 pandemic and improving global health security, sustainable global economic recovery, overcoming the climate crisis, and strengthening democracy,” the statement said.

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