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Biden Signals memo on Shielding LGBTQ rights Globally, as he Is set to Provide 1st major foreign policy Address

President Joe Biden on Thursday intended to send his first important foreign policy address in a trip to the State Department and indicate he'd put diplomacy in the middle of U.S. foreign policy,'' according to the White House.

In addition, he signed a presidential memorandum on Thursday his national security advisor, Jake Sullivansaid could focus on"protecting the rights of LGBTQ individuals globally." Sullivan told colleagues that Biden would talk more about the movement during his day comments.

"It reflects his profound commitment to such problems both here in the USA and everywhere across the globe," Sullivan told reporters Thursday. "And the United States will talk and act on behalf of those rights as we proceed."

In the State Department, the first national agency he's seen in person as president,'' Biden intended to announce an"ending to American aid" for its Saudi-led military effort in Yemen,'' Sullivan explained.

The president did not plan to provide a complete opinion of his foreign policy philosophy in the State Department but instead wished to concentrate on"his ancient decisions and activities," that Sullivan said broke into five lanes: national investments"to shore up our nation's foundations,""revitalizing America's alliances," a dedication to multilateralism by"re-engaging important associations and arrangements,""reasserting our worth," and"making sure our global force posture is consistent with our national security and diplomatic intentions "

"We have to meet this new second of hastening global challenges -- by a pandemic to the climate catastrophe into atomic proliferation -- challenges which will just be solved by countries working together in common cause," Biden intended to state according to the White House.

In reality, rolling former President Donald Trump's nationalist strategy to the entire world -- that Trump had termed"America First" -- has become a part of Biden's brief time at the White House.

Biden has returned to the United States to global agreements and associations that his predecessor left -- such as the Paris climate accord and the World Health Organization -- also has supported a multilateral strategy to problems which range from the COVID-19 pandemic to China and Iran.

The president planned to talk about refugees. As a candidate, he also proposed to dramatically raise the amount allowed to the USA, which Trump had slashed -- but the White House said Biden didn't intend to sign a connected executive order Thursday.

"The president is surely dedicated to searching for ways to guarantee greater refugees are welcomed in the USA," White House press secretary Jen Psaki informed reporters. "it is a priority for him ."

The president's day visit into the State Department, the primary national agency he's seen in person as president, could also have a meeting with State Department career officials by the the foreign service and civil support, Sullivan explained.

Biden had initially intended to stop by the State Department Monday, but his opinions had been pushed into later in the week due to a snowstorm that struck Washington, according to the White House.

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