2017-06-20 12:21 |  来源:咕噜英语 |  人气: | 

     Vice President Mike Pence says the United States will "; But he adds that President Donald Trump wants to find ";
     " efforts to redraw international borders by force, we will continue to support efforts in Poland and the Baltic states through NATO's enhanced forward presence initiative. And with regard to Ukraine, honor the Minsk agreements beginning by de-escalating the violence in eastern Ukraine."
     Vi He said that Trump believes they can be found.
     He said cooperation is needed to have free and fair economies, saying "strengthening our economicvitality will require hard but necessary choices."
     - EU relations
     Pence is on his first trip to Europe since taking office. There have been concerns about the new administration's "America First" policy. The purpose of the trip is to let allies know that the U.S. remains a loyal friend.
      "to continued cooperation and partnership with the European Union."
     "Whatever our differences, our two continents share the same heritage, the same values, and above all the same purpose, to promote peace and prosperity through freedom,;
      of the EU said Monday's meeting was "truly needed." He said that he heard from Pence words that are promising about the future, and explain the Trump administration's views.
     Last month in interviews with two European newspapers, Trump said he thought other countries would follow Britain in leaving the EU.
      talked about the importance of the EU. He said "Americans know best what great value it is to be united."
     Earlier Monday Pence held talks with EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini. She said on Twitter the two had an "excellent meeting, good basis for our cooperation." Pence also met with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in the afternoon to close his European trip.
     The vice president expressed sup came after Trump's campaign statements described NATO as "obsolete,"
     "T to our transatlantic alliance," Pence said in his first major foreign policy address for the new administration.
     Pence, his wife, Karen, and daughter Charlotte visited the Dachau concentration camp memorial early Sunday. The camp was the first one established by the Nazi government in 1933 near Munich. It was where an estimated "; Jews and other political prisoners died or were killed.
     I'm Anne Ball.