Thursday, July 7, 2022

Macron welcomes US back to the climate agreement


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at

French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted on his Twitter account, directing the tweet to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to welcome the United States’ return to the Paris Climate Agreement, a historic agreement aimed at protecting the planet from the effects of the climate crisis.

Macron said, “Together, we will be stronger to meet the challenges of our time. Stronger to build our future. Stronger to protect our planet. Welcome again to the Paris Agreement.” His message also included: “Best wishes on this most important day for the American people.


President Biden will sign the list of implementing actions in the Oval Office later on Wednesday, including re-accession to the Paris Agreement. He will sign a memorandum that will be sent to the United Nations later today, and the United States will formally become a party to the agreement within 30 days.

US President Joe Biden was sworn in as President of the United States of America this evening, in a ceremony that former President Donald Trump missed after he announced a few days ago that he had officially boycotted the transfer of power in the country.

The inauguration ceremony witnessed exceptional measures due to the restrictions imposed by the Corona epidemic in the United States of America, but former US presidents other than Trump were keen to attend, as the ceremony witnessed both former US President George W. Bush and his wife Laura, and former US President Bill Clinton with his wife Hillary to the Congress building, other than Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama.

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