International reactions to the 2020 United States presidential election

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International reactions to the November 7, 2020 announcements by major news networks that the Democratic politicians Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had won the 2020 United States presidential election emerged from around the world, including individuals, sovereign states, and other institutions.[1] Numerous foreign leaders have sent Biden and Harris messages of optimism about working together.

Intergovernmental and international organizations[edit]

Congratulations to Democrats[edit]

Condemnation and restraint[edit]

  • Global Greens – The Global Greens did not congratulate Biden or Trump instead choosing to send solidarity to the Green Party of the United States, writing "Now, more than ever, it's critical to have third party voices like the Greens in the United States."[17]
  • Yemen Solidarity Council – The Yemen Solidarity Council released a statement condemning President-elect Biden and the United States, stating: "Until we see clear action from President-elect @JoeBiden & his administration, and until he decides to end US involvement in #Yemen...we maintain the view that America constitutes the greatest threat towards Yemeni self-determination, self-sufficiency and independence."[18]

Religious organizations[edit]

Congratulations to Democrats[edit]

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints congratulated Biden, writing: "We congratulate President-elect Joe Biden on his election as President of the United States. We also congratulate Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. We invite people everywhere, whatever their political views, to join us in praying for this new administration and for leaders of nations around the world. Praying for those in public office has been a practice of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since its founding. The men and women who lead our nations and communities need our prayers."[19]
  • Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew I to Biden: "You Offer Hope, Conviction for a Better Future".[20]
  • World Jewish Congress – President Ronald Lauder (2007–present)[21]

Sovereign states and other governments[edit]

  United States
  Countries that have congratulated Joe Biden as president-elect
  Countries that congratulated Joe Biden as president-elect after the electoral college officially certified Biden's victory
  Countries where different state leaders have congratulated either candidate as the winner
  Countries that have condemned the election or its results
  Countries that have refrained from speaking

Congratulations to Democrats[edit]

Africa[edit]

Asia[edit]

Central America[edit]

Europe[edit]

North America[edit]

Oceania[edit]

South America[edit]

Congratulations with/or condemnation[edit]

Asia[edit]

  •  Iran
    • Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei (1989–present); Khamenei did not congratulate Biden or Trump instead choosing to condemn western democracy stating: "The situation in the US & what they themselves say about their elections is a spectacle! This is an example of the ugly face of liberal democracy in the US. Regardless of the outcome, one thing is absolutely clear, the definite political, civil, & moral decline of the US regime."[214]
    • President Hassan Rouhani (2013–present); Rouhani did not congratulate Biden but said the Biden victory is an opportunity for the next US government to make up for past mistakes and return to the path of adhering to international commitments with respect to global rules.[215]
    • Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (2013–present); Zarif acknowledged the result of the election and hoped that the new administration would "accept multilateralism, cooperation & respect for law."[215]

Europe[edit]

  •  Belarus – The Government of Belarus declared the US presidential election to be a mockery of democracy and questioned if the OSCE would call for another vote in the United States as they did in Belarus in response to the disputed elections in Belarus.[216] President Alexander Lukashenko stated that he believes that the relationship between Belarus and the United States would not change due to any outcome of the election.[217] The disputed President-elect Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya congratulated Biden, writing: "It's my honor to congratulate @JoeBiden, President-Elect of the United States of America, and @KamalaHarris, Vice President-Elect, on their historic achievement. Belarusian people and I personally thank you for your solidarity and we look forward to our future cooperation!"[218] It was later reported that Tsikhanouskaya is seeking Biden's backing against the suppression of the anti-Lukashenko opposition.[219]
  •  EstoniaPresident Kersti Kaljulaid and Prime Minister Jüri Ratas congratulated Biden on his victory,[220][221] though then-Minister of the Interior Mart Helme stated that Biden's victory was fraudulent and claimed the election results had been falsified. Helme warned Estonians that America could plunge into a second civil war.[16] Helme resigned as Minister of the Interior shortly after his anti-Biden statements. Prime Minister Ratas recognized Helme's decision to resign, stating: "The United States is our biggest ally and strategic partner and all members of the Estonian government must contribute to maintaining and strengthening the allied relations between Estonia and the US. In the current situation, the resignation of Mart Helme is the only possible option for the government to continue its work and pursuing its foreign policy goals."[222]
  •  Slovenia
    • Prime Minister Janez Janša (2020–present); Janša congratulated Trump on November 4, asserting that "it's pretty clear that American people have elected ⁦Donald Trump and Mike Pence for four more years", and remained the only world leader to have done so when news organizations called the election for Biden on November 7.[223][33] Later he condemned the elections, accusing the Democrats of mass voter fraud.[224]
    • President Borut Pahor congratulated Biden on November 7 for his win, directly contradicting the previous Slovenian government stance on the election, writing (in Slovene): "Dear President-elect @JoeBiden, allow me to congratulate you personally and in the name of the Republic of Slovenia on your election as the 46th president of the USA. On this occasion, I would like to express my happiness with the excellent relations between Slovenia and the USA, which are based on numerous ties between our two peoples and countries. I remember our previous meetings with fondness, especially the official meeting in the White House in 2011 and your presence on the leader summit of the Brdo-Brijuni Process incentive in 2015, of which I am co-leader. All of the above fills me with optimism about our joint future, in which Slovenia and the USA will remain firm friends and allies. Dear Mr. President-elect, please accept this expression of my deep respect and my best wishes."[170]

Congratulations with/or restraint[edit]

Africa[edit]

Asia[edit]

  •  CambodiaPrime Minister Hun Sen (1984–present)[226] congratulated Biden after the official certifiation.
  •  China – On November 9, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin stated that the Chinese government would not yet congratulate Biden as his win awaited a legal endorsement.[227] According to Wang, "We [China] have acknowledged that Mr Biden has declared [himself] the winner of the election. We understand that the result will be declared under American domestic law and will deal [with the issue] in accordance with international routine."[228][229] On November 13, China congratulated Biden for his victory, nearly a week after major news sources had announced he had won the presidential election.[230] Speaking at a regular press briefing Friday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang said that China "respected the choice of the American people" and "we [China] congratulate Mr. Biden and Ms. Harris. At the same time, we understand that the outcome of this US election will be ascertained in accordance with US laws and procedures".[231][228][232][233] On November 25, Chinese leader Xi Jinping congratulated Biden after his government's initial restraint.[234]
  •  Vietnam – On December 1, President Nguyễn Phú Trọng[235] and Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc[235] congratulated Biden after a three-week delay.

Europe[edit]

  •  MoldovaPresident Igor Dodon congratulated Biden on December 15, after the electoral college officially certified Biden's victory.[236]
  •  Russia – The Russian government initially did not congratulate Biden or Trump, citing that the official results have yet to be finalized. Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov stated "We consider it correct to wait for the official results to be finalized. I want to remind you that President Putin repeatedly said he will respect the choice of the American people."[228] Putin finally congratulated Biden after the electoral college officially certified Biden's victory on December 14, wishing him "every success".[237]
  •  Turkey – After initial restraint, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan congratulated Biden.[238] It was speculated that restraint came as the result of a video that had previously surfaced in August featuring Joe Biden saying that he would support opposition leaders in their bid to remove president Erdoğan from office; this was met with condemnation by both government and opposition officials as "intervention into Turkish internal affairs".[239][240] However, opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu tweeted "I would like to congratulate Joe Biden for his election as the 46th President of the United States of America and Kamala Harris as Vice-President. I look forward to strengthening Turkish–American relations and our strategic alliance."[241] Erdoğan's Vice President Fuat Oktay would later state that Turkish–American relations would not change under a Biden presidency, and called on the President-elect to extradite Fethullah Gülen and end American support for Kurdish militants in Syria.[65]

Latin America[edit]

  • BoliviaInterim President Jeanine Áñez chose to not congratulate Biden,[242] however the then President-elect Luis Arce from the then-opposition MAS-IPSP party, that controlled a majority in the House, congratulated Biden on his victory.[243]
  •  BrazilVice President Hamilton Mourão (2018–present); Mourão referred to Joe Biden as "President Biden" in an interview on November 9.[244] However, Mourão told reporters that President Jair Bolsonaro would be waiting for the ending of the imbroglio about if there are fake votes or not to make a statement about the election result.[245] To CNN Brasil, Bolsonaro told that "what he [Mourão] said about the United States is his opinion. I've never talked to Mourão about United States affairs, as well as I haven't been talking to him about any other subject".[246] On November 10, in his first reference to Biden after the election, Bolsonaro said "We have just seen a great candidate for the Head of State say that if I don't put out the fire in the Amazon, it will raise trade barriers against Brazil. How can we deal with all of this? Just diplomacy isn't enough, right, Ernesto [Ernesto Araújo, Minister of Foreign Affairs]? Because when the saliva ends, there must be gunpowder, if not, it doesn't work. You don't even have to use gunpowder, but they need to know you have it."[247] On November 29, Bolsonaro told reporters "The press does not report, but I have my sources of information; there is no use talking to you; you will not report. But there was really a lot of fraud there; no one disputes that. I don't know if it was enough to determine one [winner] or another. I am waiting a little longer, for it to be decided by their electoral justice and perhaps by the Supreme Court in the end."[248] Bolsonaro congratulated Biden on December 15, after the electoral college officially certified Biden's victory.[249][250][251]
  •  MexicoPresident Andrés Manuel López Obrador (2018–present); López stated on November 7 in response to a reporter's question that "we are going to wait until all the legal issues are resolved," adding that Trump has been "very respectful of us"[33] and that Mexico had good relations with both Biden and Trump.[252] On December 14, President López Obrador congratulated Joe Biden as president-elect after the electoral college officially certified Biden's victory.[253]

Political parties and organizations[edit]

Congratulations to Democrats[edit]

Africa[edit]

  •  Tanzania
    • Zitto Kabwe, Leader of the Alliance for Change and Transparency party, congratulated Biden on his victory, writing: "I congratulate @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris for this symbolic win. This victory symbolizes the hope for democracy's at a time when many other parts of the world are seeing that light diminishing. It gives hope that integrity, honesty and perseverance still matter #Democracy."[254]

Asia[edit]

Europe[edit]

  • European Union
    • The Greens–European Free Alliance congratulated Biden on his victory, tweeting: "Congrats to #JoeBiden & #KamalaHarris on their election! [...] We hope for more cooperation at #COP26 to turn this map bluer!"[265]
    • Renew Europe congratulated Biden on his victory, releasing a statement that read "[we] sincerely congratulate Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrat Party for this well-deserved victory [...] we are looking forward to working together for a new dawn in transatlantic relations."[266]
  •  France
    • La République En Marche! congratulated Biden on his victory, later tweeting (in French): "Joe Biden is elected 46th president of the United States and Kamala Harris the first female vice-president. This return of the progressives to power in the United States is a hope for all."[267]
    • The Socialist Party congratulated Biden on his victory, writing (in French): "The #PS salutes the indisputable victory of the democrat @JoeBiden and welcomes the accession to the vice-presidency of @KamalaHarris, the first woman to take up this post."[268] Socialist Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo sent a congratulatory tweet about Biden's victory, stating "Welcome back, America!"[269]
  •  Ireland
  •  Spain
    • Citizens' leader Inés Arrimadas congratulated Biden for his victory, tweeting (in Spanish): "My congratulations to Joe Biden on his victory in this election. I hope that his mandate will help to unite Americans and open a new stage of reinforcement in collaboration between the US, the EU and all free societies."[273]
    • People's Party leader Pablo Casado congratulated Biden for his victory, tweeting (both in Spanish and English): "Congratulations to @JoeBiden for his electoral victory and my best wishes to the people of the United States. Spain shall strengthen the transatlantic link within the European Union and step up our historical relationship with America".[274]
    • Spanish Socialist Workers' Party congratulated Biden on his victory, while tweeting (in Spanish): "The results are final for the Democrats. Democracy wins, the extreme right loses. Dialogue wins, hate speech loses. The extreme right is defeated at the polls. Good news for the US and for the world."[275] Spanish Minister of Defence Margarita Robles, who is close to the Socialist Workers' Party, also said that "After 4 years of polarization, the democratic system in the US has reacted. Multilateralism and transatlantic relations win with Biden".[276]
  •  United Kingdom

North America[edit]

  •  Canada
    • Erin O'Toole, Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, congratulated Biden on his victory, writing: "Congratulations to @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. Canada and the U.S. have a historic alliance. Canada's Conservatives will always work with the U.S. to advance our common values and close economic ties."[278]
    • Jagmeet Singh, Leader of the New Democratic Party, congratulated Biden on his victory, writing: "Congratulations, President-elect @JoeBiden. As the Trump Presidency comes to an end I'm reminded of Jack's final words Love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful & optimistic. And we'll change the world."[279]
    • Yves-François Blanchet, Leader of the Bloc Québecois, congratulated Biden on his victory, writing: "Allow me, on behalf of my party, to offer our most enthusiastic congratulations following the results of your election as President of the United States."[280]
  •  Costa Rica

Oceania[edit]

South America[edit]

Celebration of Republican defeat, criticism, and restraint[edit]

Africa[edit]

  •  South Africa
    • The Economic Freedom Fighters did not congratulate Biden, instead writing that "Mr. Biden shall earn his stripe to deserve congratulations as a president of the USA the day he leaves office without atrocious acts against the people and their government."[286]

Asia[edit]

  •  Afghanistan
    • The Taliban, who previously endorsed Trump,[287] did not accept Biden's victory. A spokesperson of the group told a reporter from BBC Pashto that "our reaction" would come "when the official result is announced."[288] The Taliban later referred to Biden as the "President-elect of the United States" and expected him to promote peace in Afghanistan.[289]
  •  Palestine
    • Ismail Haniyeh, Chairman of Hamas, did not congratulate Biden on his victory but celebrated Trump's defeat, stating: "US President Donald Trump, who sought to obliterate Palestine's cause, has gone and Jerusalem will not go [from Palestine]."[261]
  •  Philippines
    • The Communist Party of the Philippines issued a statement celebrating Trump's defeat, stating "The American people deserve praises for voting against US President Donald Trump in the recently concluded presidential elections and preventing another four years of Trumpian fascism, militarism, racism, misogyny and bigotry."[290] This statement was met with criticism from other Maoist groups internationally.[291]

Europe[edit]

  •  France
    • The French Communist Party did not congratulate Biden on his victory but sent a celebratory tweet about Trump's defeat, writing "#ByeByeTrump."[292]
    • Marine Le Pen, Leader of the National Rally, did not congratulate Biden or Trump, instead saying: "I'm among those who will not congratulate the future president of the United States, because I don't consider the game to be over until we've gone into overtime [...] I am rather astonished to see the media … rush to announce a result when we know that there are appeals currently being studied by the justice system."[293]
  •  United Kingdom
    • Ben Wallace, Conservative MP and Defense Secretary, praised Trump's tenure as U.S. president and said that he would miss "[the] good friend to the UK."[294]
    • The Communist Party of Britain celebrated Trump's defeat in a tweet that read: "COMMUNISTS WELCOME DEFEAT FOR 'FAR RIGHT' AND 'PROTO-FASCISTS' – the Communist Party of Britain has welcomed the defeat of Donald Trump in the US presidential election."[295] The party, however, did not congratulate Biden on his victory, writing that "When it comes to foreign and military policy, president-elect Biden is every bit as committed to the pro-NATO, anti-China and anti-liberation agenda in Latin America and the Middle East as Trump."[296]
    • Nigel Farage, Leader of the Brexit Party, did not congratulate Biden or Trump, instead writing: "Biden hates the UK. The Conservatives had 4 years to do a trade deal with the USA and pro-UK President, and they failed. There is no chance now."[297]
  •  Spain
    • Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, spokesperson of Vox in the Spanish Congress, did not congratulate Biden, instead choosing to criticize progressives , tweeting: "He [Trump] kept China at bay, promoted peace accords between Israel and the Emirates or Bahrain, neutralized ISIS and Al-Baghdadi, annulled the pernicious accords with Iran and Cuba, and did not bring the US into a single armed conflict. But for the progressives 'today [the day when Biden was declared the winner by the media] the world sleeps safer'."[298] Monteros also wrote an article in which he advises of the risk of socialism, Biden's lack of charisma, and blamed COVID-19 for Trump's loss.[299]
    • Pablo Iglesias, Leader of the Podemos party and Second Deputy Prime Minister, celebrated Trump's defeat but did not congratulate Biden, tweeting: "Trump is confirmed to have lost the election. This is good news for the planet, as the global far right loses its most powerful political asset. But the extreme right that only accepts democracy if it wins, remains a huge danger in America and Europe".[300] The official Podemos Twitter account later tweeted (in Spanish): "The far right of fake news, hatred, lies and defamations, has been defeated in the US. Its allies in the rest of the world and in Spain can take note: democracy ends up imposing itself on hate projects." in reference to Donald Trump losing the elections.[301]
    • The Partido Comunista de España did not congratulate Biden, instead choosing to praise Trump's defeat and condemn Biden's record. It released a statement that read:[302]

      After learning the result of the presidential elections in the United States, we celebrate Trump's defeat, but Biden's victory is not a cause for joy. Although the aggressive and crude Trump becomes a bad memory of history, and this is celebrated in the streets of the country, it cannot be forgotten that the two presidential candidates are part of the privileged who express themselves in both variants: Democrat and republican, who belong to the same 'party of power' that governs for the plutocracy, even though there are slight differences in domestic politics and international action. [...] The Obama and Biden administrations gestured toward Cuba, but did not close the sinister Guantanamo prison; signed the 5 + 1 agreement with Iran, but continued the military intervention in Afghanistan and Iraq, started the war against Syria and the aggression against Libya that destroyed the country, and financed and supported the Maidan coup in Ukraine that led to the extreme right to power. He supported the military coup in Thailand and compromised with the sinister General Al-Sisi who carried out the military coup in Egypt. He also maintained the NSA's worldwide spy program, created by Bush in 2008 and denounced by Snowden. And in its relationship with Russia and China, the government of Democrats Obama and Biden followed the purposes of the Pentagon, reinforcing NATO forces on the Russian borders and formulating its 'turn to Asia' that involved the transfer of a good part of their military troops to the seas near China for their containment and harassment plan."

South America[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Multiple governments claim to be the rightful government of Yemen, see the Yemeni Crisis and the Yemeni Civil War for more information.
  2. ^ Venezuela has had disputed Presidents since 2019, see the Venezuelan presidential crisis for more information.

References[edit]

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  3. ^ @AoDemocracies (November 7, 2020). "Congratulations to President-elect @JoeBiden We've been proud to work with the President-elect as a founder member of our Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity We look forward to working with the Biden/Harris Administration to #DefendDemocracy around the world" (Tweet). Retrieved November 11, 2020 – via Twitter.
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  31. ^ @MIdrissDebyItno (November 8, 2020). "Mes félicitations à @JoeBiden et @KamalaHarris pour leur élection à la présidence des #USA. La coopération entre les États Unis et le Tchad a toujours été marquée sous le sceau de l'excellence. J'espère vivement que ce partenariat se consolide davantage" (Tweet). Retrieved November 9, 2020 – via Twitter.
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  37. ^ @PresidentABO (November 7, 2020). "Au nom du peuple #Gabon-ais, j'adresse mes plus vives félicitations à @JoeBiden et @KamalaHarris pour leur élection à la Présidence des #EtatsUnis. Nos pays ont toujours été de fidèles alliés. L'étroite relation construite au fil des décennies se renforcera encore à l'avenir" (Tweet). Retrieved November 9, 2020 – via Twitter.
  38. ^ @Presidency_GMB (November 8, 2020). "@BarrowPresident on behalf of the Government and people of The Gambia congratulates President-elect @JoeBiden for his victory in the elections of November 3rd 2020, and Vice President-elect @KamalaHarris for becoming the first female to occupy such an office" (Tweet). Retrieved November 9, 2020 – via Twitter.
  39. ^ @alphacondepresi (November 8, 2020). "#Guinée_USA Mes sincères et chaleureuses félicitations à @JoeBiden et @KamalaHarris portés à la tête des États-Unis par le peuple américain. Nous continuerons à renforcer notre coopération multiforme au bénéfice de nos deux nations" (Tweet). Retrieved November 9, 2020 – via Twitter.
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  41. ^ Alassane Ouattara [@AOuattara_PRCI] (November 7, 2020). "Mes chaleureuses félicitations à @JoeBiden et @KamalaHarris. La Côte d'Ivoire continuera d'œuvrer au renforcement des relations d'amitié et de coopération entre nos deux pays et nos deux peuples" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
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