It was indeed a big day when President Joe Biden sworn in on the West Front of the US Capitol on Wednesday in Washington, DC. While US awaits to see the changes Biden extends a hand to the world as he rejoins Paris Climate accord and WHO while revoking Trump’s travel Ban. He signed executive orders that underscored his intentions to take a drastically more cooperative and multilateral approach to foreign affairs than his predecessor.
His executive order on the Paris climate agreement involves a landmark pact between nearly 200 nations to drastically reduce greenhouse-gas emissions — US officially will rejoin the accord in 30 days. He also ordered to reverse of Trump’s move to withdraw from WHO involves Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious-disease expert, attending and speaking at the international organization’s executive board meeting on Thursday.
Next big announcement is revoking the travel ban, often referred to as the Muslim ban, will ensure that the State Department restarts visa processing for affected countries. The order also calls for a proposal to be developed to “restore fairness and remedy the harms caused by the bans, especially for individuals stuck in the waiver process and those who had immigrant visas denied,” Biden’s transition team said in a summary of the orders Wednesday.
The major steps took by the President on his day-1 looks like the beginning of an new era of a good relationship between The US and the world.