Biden welcomes Sanchez to the White House and looks forward to “deepening the historic ties” between the two countries
U.S. President Joe Biden has welcomed Sanchez to the White House. welcome this Friday to the White House to the head of the Spanish Executive, Pedro Sánchezwhom he described as “partner and ally” in NATO.and has assured that he hopes to “deepen the historical ties” between the two countries.
“Today I am proud to welcome to the White House our partner and ally, the president of Spain, Pedro Sanchez,” the U.S. leader wrote in a message on Twitter to minutes after receiving the Spanish president in Washington for a bilateral meeting in the Oval Office.. “I look forward to deepening the historic ties between our nations,” Biden wished in the same social media post.
Today, I’m proud to welcome our close partner and Ally President @sanchezcastejon of Spain to the White House.
I look forward to deepening the historic ties between our nations.
– President Biden (@POTUS) May 12, 2023
Sanchez will meet with Biden with an eye primarily on. addressing issues of shared interest on the international scene, such as the war in Ukraine. or the migratory phenomenon, but also with the will to be able to make progress on some pending issues between the two countries, such as Palomares or the US tariffs on black olives.
The meeting will be used to review precisely the different aspects of the relationsto see the progress that has been made in recent months in certain areas and how we can continue to strengthen collaboration in others for the future.
Upon his arrival in the United States, the President of the Government presented the Grand Cross of Isabella the Catholic to the historic leader of the Democratic Party Nancy Pelosi, of whom he highlighted her “crucial” work in the defense of transatlantic relations, which today are “stronger than ever,” he said.