President Joe Biden made Historic stops in Vietnam On Sunday, 50 years since the last American troops left the country.
The visit helped show how ties between the two countries have strengthened since the Vietnam War, as well as being part of the administration’s overall effort to strengthen ties throughout Asia at a time of rising tensions with China. I am also working.
“So really, what this trip was about, it was less about controlling China. I don’t want to control China. I just want to make sure that our relationship with China gets better and better. Every “Who knows what this is all about,” President Biden said.
President Biden met with the countries’ leaders in Hanoi, expressing his support for the new “comprehensive strategic partnership” and saying he hoped it would serve as a step toward progress on a number of issues.
“We can trace a 50-year cycle of progress between our nations from conflict to normalization and this new elevated status,” Biden said, “We are working to tackle the climate crisis and accelerate Vietnam’s clean energy transition; to strengthen global health security and advance treatments for cancer and HIV/AIDS; and to enhance our security cooperation, including combating trafficking in persons. Working to increase it.”
President Biden’s one-day visit to Vietnam came after attending the G20 summit in India, where he announced the launch of a new economic corridor that will connect India, the Middle East and Europe.
The summit also admitted the African Union, comprising 55 member states, as a permanent member of the G20.