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随着约翰逊和拜登会晤,英国和美国同意重新开放旅游

2021-6-11 10:35


2021年6月10日,英国首相鲍里斯·约翰逊(左)在英国康沃尔卡比斯湾会见美国总统拜登。鲍里斯·约翰逊(Boris Johnson)和乔·拜登(Joe Biden)周四在七国集团(G7)峰会前会面,同意努力恢复两国之间的旅行,并签署了新的大西洋宪章(Atlantic Charter)。(安德鲁·帕森斯/唐宁街10号/新华社)

新华社英国法尔茅斯6月10日电英国首相约翰逊和美国总统拜登10日在七国集团(G7)峰会前举行会晤,双方同意恢复两国互访,并签署新的《大西洋宪章》。

“他们同意重新开放旅游和继续分享信息,这将有助于击败冠状病毒的蔓延在我们的国家,在国际上,“唐宁街发言人在会议结束后发表的一份声明说,在英国西南部康沃尔的Carbis湾海滨度假胜地。

两国承诺通过新《大西洋宪章》深化合作。新《大西洋宪章》呼应了1941年英国首相丘吉尔和美国总统罗斯福签署的《大西洋宪章》。

新《宪章》概述了包括非法融资、暴力冲突和极端主义、气候变化以及COVID-19大流行等全球卫生危机在内的现代威胁。

会晤期间,拜登和约翰逊试图缓和双方在北爱尔兰问题上的分歧,但尚未找到真正的解决办法。

唐宁街的声明说:“领导人一致认为,欧盟和英国都有责任共同努力,找到务实的解决方案,使北爱尔兰、英国和爱尔兰共和国之间的贸易畅通无阻。”

英国政府威胁要单方面延长爱尔兰海(Irish Sea)边境检查从英国进口到北爱尔兰的部分产品的海关宽限期,欧盟誓言对此进行报复。

七国集团峰会将于周五至周日举行,抗议团体宣布了多次抗议活动。

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) meets with U.S. President Joe Biden in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, Britain, on June 10, 2021. Boris Johnson and Joe Biden on Thursday agreed to work to resume travel between the two countries and signed a new Atlantic Charter, as they met ahead of the Group of Seven (G7) summit. (Andrew Parsons/No 10 Downing Street/Handout via Xinhua)

FALMOUTH, Britain, June 10 (Xinhua) -- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday agreed to work to resume travel between the two countries and signed a new Atlantic Charter, as they met ahead of the Group of Seven (G7) summit.

"They agreed to work to reopen travel and to continue to share information that will help defeat the spread of coronavirus in our countries and internationally," a Downing Street spokesperson said in a statement issued after the meeting that was held in Britain's southwestern seaside resort of Carbis Bay in Cornwall.

The two countries pledged to deepen cooperation through the new Atlantic Charter that echoed the original one signed by then British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and then U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt in 1941.

The new Charter outlined modern-day threats including illicit finance, violent conflict and extremism, climate change, and global health crises like the COVID-19 pandemic.

During the meeting, Biden and Johnson tried to smooth over their differences on the Northern Ireland issue, but are yet to find a real solution.

"The leaders agreed that both the EU and the UK had a responsibility to work together and to find pragmatic solutions to allow unincumbered trade between Northern Ireland, Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland," said the Downing Street statement.

The British government has threatened to unilaterally extend the customs grace period on Irish Sea border checks over imports of some products to Northern Ireland from Great Britain, over which the EU is vowing retaliation.

The G7 summit will be held from Friday to Sunday, and protest groups have announced multiple protests.


来自: xinhua