- Joe Biden continues to receive congratulatory messages from global bodies across the world
- One of such bodies is the Global Peace Advocacy and Empowerment Initiative
- Biden was recently sworn-in as the 46th president of the United States of America
A non-governmental organization known as Global Peace Advocacy and Empowerment Initiative, GPAEI has congratulated the newly-elected president of the United States of America, Joe Biden.
The GPAEI in a statement sent to Legit.ng on Saturday, January 23 assured Biden of it's interest to promote the visionary mandates of his administration.
The statement which was signed by the director-general of the organisation, Ambassador Sadiq Ibrahim, noted that the GPAEI will support the vision of Biden in affirming a strong and trusted collaboration for peace, progress, and security.
The group also encouraged President Biden to keep to his promises of leading his country by the power of example.
GPAEI further promised to work collaboratively with Biden's campaign document and continue its advocacy of supporting nations across the world.
Over the years, Global Peace Advocacy and Empowerment Initiative has continued to pilot strategic initiatives to sustain peace, unity, and development across nations in the world.
Recently, the organisation has committed to peace initiatives that continue to project global peace in nations challenged with crisis, dispute, and unrest across the world.
In a related development, former US president, Barack Obama has described the decision of President Biden to sign 17 executive orders just after being sworn in as an era of boldness.
He added that since the United States of America has rejoined the Paris Club via the executive order, the nation is taking back its position at the forefront of the fight against climate change.
Meanwhile, Biden faced articles of impeachment which were filed against him by a Republican congresswoman, Marjorie Taylor Greene.
The lawmaker who represents Northwest Georgia announced the news on Twitter on Thursday, January 21, a day after Biden's inauguration.
Greene also released a statement where she accused Biden of corrupt actions involving exchanges with Ukraine.
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