“There’s a lot they want to do with us, from security to NATO, to climate change,” Johnson said.
He said there was a “complete match” between Mr. Biden and Northern Ireland.
The Prime Minister said that the United States, Britain, and the EU all want to protect the Good Friday Agreement.
This comes after Mr. Bidet warned earlier that the Anglo-EU border dispute would not jeopardize the peace process in Northern Ireland.
The Good Friday Agreement, a peace agreement signed in 1998, put an end to decades of violence in Northern Ireland.
Johnson says working with Joe Biden is ‘breath of fresh air:
Johnson said he was “optimistic” that the peace process would continue and that there was a “completely common ground” between the two leaders.
During the discussions, the two men also set up a working group to resume their voyages in the Atlantic after the United States banned the entry of a majority of British people at the beginning of the pandemic.
And they agreed on an agreement called the “Atlantic Charter,” which mandates the two countries to work together on global challenges.
“It’s very important that we confirm that the relationship and the conversation is very good, that it’s been going on for a long time, that we cover a lot of different topics, and that we’re very good at listening to Biden’s management and Joe,” Mr. Johnson said. Biden. ”
Biden said the Atlantic Charter would address “the major challenges of this century – cybersecurity, emerging technologies, global health, and climate change.”
“We reaffirmed the little-known special relationship between our peoples and reaffirmed our commitment to upholding the lasting democratic values shared by both our peoples,” he said.
Earlier, the leaders posed for a photo with their wives and the quartet exchanged gifts, and enthusiastic cyclist Mr. Johnson bought a bicycle and helmet made in the USA.
Mr. Johnson gave the president a photograph of Frederick Douglass, a former slave who fought against slavery in the 19th century, and a collection of short stories from Daphne du Maurier’s “Apple Tree” to his first lady, Jill Biden.
The G7 summit kicks off on Friday and will be the first face-to-face meeting of world leaders since the coronavirus pandemic.
The Queen, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duchess and Duchess of Cambridge will also attend a reception for G7 leaders on Thursday.
Prince Charles will then discuss with leaders and CEOs of the G7, one of the world’s largest companies, how he can work with governments to address the private sector climate emergency along with Prince William.
Covid vaccines and climate change will be one of the main items on the G7 agenda.
However, ongoing disagreements over post-Brexit regulatory oversight of goods from the UK to the EU and from the UK to Northern Ireland have also played a major role in diplomatic disputes.
The rules were agreed in the 2019 Brexit withdrawal agreement, but Britain then asked for more flexibility.
Asked about the controversy on Thursday evening, French President Emmanuel Macron said: “I don’t think it’s serious to want to review what we came up with in July after years of discussions and work in December.
“We have a trade deal – it has been bitterly discussed for years … if six months later they say ‘we don’t know how to respect the way we negotiate with you’, it shows that nothing is respected any more.”
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the Northern Ireland protocol, the name of the post-Brexit trade rules, was “the only solution” and should be fully implemented.
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