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среда, 14 декабря 2016 г.

Donald Trump President, heads of state react

While Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, the heads of state of the world reacted to the news. 

Hardly Donald Trump had he been elected Putin reacted to the news.While the future US president has in the past praised the qualities of the Russian leader, the latter returned the favor, expressing in a statement his "hope that is conducted mutually work out the relations between Russia and the United States United to their plight. " It also "said to be certain that a constructive dialogue will be established between Moscow and Washington, based on principles of equality, mutual respect, taking full account of the positions of each other in the interest of ( their) people and the international community, "according to the Kremlin. The British Nigel Farage, one of the Brexit champions, also hailed the victory of Donald Trump. On Twitter, he wrote: "I spend the relay @RealDonaldTrump!Congratulations. You have fought a valiant campaign. " Nigel Farage accompanied his message of a short video in which we see Donald Trump congratulate him publicly for his "tremendous work" in the referendum in the UK on June 23 when 52% of Britons voted for an output of European Union other political earthquake.

For his part, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe also welcomed Donald Trump. "I express my sincere congratulations on your election as the next President of the United States," Abe said in a message to the billionaire, adding, "Japan and the United States are steadfast allies bound by common values ​​such that freedom, democracy, fundamental human rights and the rule of law. " "Congratulations @realDonaldTrump your election as the 45th president of the United States," tweeted Narendra Modi, a Hindu nationalist in power since 2014. "We appreciate the friendship you have shown for India during your campaign. We look forward to working with you to bring US-India bilateral relations to a new high. "

The warning Iran

Turkey, which maintains tense relations with the US administration of Barack Obama, also congratulated Republican nominee. "We hope that our alliance with the United States will continue and that our partnership and our relationship will develop," said Binali Yildirim Prime Minister in a televised speech. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi for his hand said Wednesday hope to "breathe new life" in relations between the most populous Arab country and the United States after the victory of Donald Trump. Egypt "hopes that Donald Trump presidency will bring a new breath to the Egyptian-American relations," said in a statement Mr. Sissi, one of the first Arab leaders to send congratulations to the Republican candidate.
The Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, has meanwhile called on Wednesday the US president-elect Donald Trump "to respect the agreements" International concluded by his country, then the election of the Republican candidate poses uncertainties about the agreement Iranian nuclear 2015. "Every president of the United States must understand the realities of today's world. The most important is that the future president of the United States respects the agreements, commitments not to a bilaterally but multilaterally, "said Zarif at while traveling in the Romanian capital, Bucharest. 
Chinese President Xi Jinping said he was "looking forward" to working with Donald Trump "no confrontation" and "under the principle of mutual respect", in a telegram of congratulations to President elect of the United States.
While Francois Hollande gave a speech Wednesday morning , Angela Merkel reminded Donald Trump the importance of democratic values."Germany and the United States are bound by values, democracy, freedom, respect of law, dignity of man regardless of skin color, religion, sex, her sexual orientation or political beliefs, "she said. "It is on the basis of these values I suggest close cooperation at future president of the United States, Donald Trump," she added. Angela Merkel, the billionaire has regularly attacked in the past because of its host refugees from Syria policy, also wished to recall that the future head of state would have to "bear a responsibility that will be felt almost everywhere in the world "because of its" huge economic power, military and cultural influence potential. "

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