Biden apologized to the world for Trump's decision 2

Biden apologized to the world for Trump's decision 2

Biden apologized at the COP26 conference on the grounds that his predecessor Donald Trump withdrew the US from the Paris Agreement on climate change.

`I don’t think I deserve to apologize, but I apologize for the fact that the previous administration withdrew the United States from the Paris Agreement and put us in the current disadvantageous situation,` US President Joe Biden said at the meeting.

The White House boss emphasized that one of his first actions after taking office in January was to bring the US back into this agreement, rejecting the views of his predecessor Donald Trump and saying that responding to climate change would bring benefits.

Biden spoke before world leaders at COP26 on November 1.

`I believe there is a great opportunity right in the midst of the current disaster, not only for America but for the entire world. We will take action, not just words. America will not only return to the negotiating table but

The Paris Agreement on climate change was adopted by 195 countries, including the United States, in France in December 2015.

Donald Trump announced the withdrawal of the US from the agreement in June 2017 after becoming US President on the grounds that the agreement weakened the economy, caused many people to lose jobs, eroded national sovereignty and put

President Biden wants to persuade countries to set more ambitious and specific goals for cutting carbon emissions.

However, the message of international solidarity from Biden at COP26 is difficult to avoid the skeptical eyes of the international community.

Environmental activists are not too hopeful that COP26, with the return of the US President, will open an agreement to change the face of the climate change war, while politicians from other countries are also too familiar with a lackluster America.

COP26 is the largest and most important climate summit on the planet, organized annually by the United Nations since 1995, bringing together representatives of most countries in the world to discuss climate goals.

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