Biden is elected to the WHO without retiring Tan Desai: I look forward to cooperating with you | International | Newtalk

WHO Secretary-General Ghebreyesus.Photo: Retrieved from the WHO Facebook video

In the US presidential election this year, the Democratic candidate Biden won 290 electoral votes, which has exceeded the threshold of 270 electoral votes for the White House. In his latest conversation, Biden mentioned that he expected to cancel the current US President Trump’s plan to withdraw from the World Health Organization (WHO). In this regard, WHO Secretary-General Tedros Tedros sent a message on Twitter to congratulate Biden on his victory, and at the same time expressed that he is very looking forward to working with Biden and his team.

Regarding the result of Biden and his deputy He Jinli winning the U.S. presidential election, Tedros also posted a post on Twitter to congratulate him, and said that he and the WHO as a whole are looking forward to working with Biden and his team in the future. . In addition, he also said that the current pandemic of the new coronavirus has verified the importance of protecting lives globally and “struggling together.”

On the evening of the 7th local time, Biden first mentioned in his speech that he was very flattered with his results in the general election, and then said that although the future will face difficult challenges, he hopes that everyone can unite and try their best to move forward. .

Biden pointed out that under the influence of the new coronavirus pneumonia around the world, the United States has also been in a difficult situation. He is proud of his campaign team that fought in the epidemic. At the same time, he also called on Trump supporters: “Now is the time for us to let go of our prejudices.”

In the US presidential election this year, the Democratic candidate Biden won 290 electoral votes, which has exceeded the threshold of 270 electoral votes for the White House.

In his latest conversation, Biden mentioned that he expected to cancel the current US President Trump’s plan to withdraw from the World Health Organization (WHO).

In this regard, WHO Secretary-General Tedros Tedros sent a message on Twitter to congratulate Biden on his victory, and at the same time expressed that he is very looking forward to working with Biden and his team.

WHO Secretary-General Tan Desai sent a message on Twitter to congratulate Biden on his victory, and at the same time expressed that he looked forward to working with Biden and his team.Picture: Retrieved from Tan Desai's Twitter post

WHO Secretary-General Tan Desai sent a message on Twitter to congratulate Biden on his victory, and at the same time expressed that he looked forward to working with Biden and his team.Picture: Retrieved from Tan Desai’s Twitter post

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