Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent a telegram of congratulatory messages to United States President-elect, Donald J Trump, on Wednesday.
The Kremlin revealed this in a statement saying the Russian leader looked forward to having a constructive dialogue between Moscow and Washington which would serve both countries’ interests.
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The statement partly read:
”Putin expressed hope for joint work to restore Russian-American relations from their state of crisis, and also to address pressing international issues and search for effective responses to challenges concerning global security.”
A spokesperson for China’s foreign ministry said Beijing was looking forward to working with President Trump.
”We will work with the new US president to ensure the steady and sound development of bilateral relations so as to benefit the people in both countries as well as around the world,” Lu Kang told reporters in the Chinese capital.
Mr Kang said any future disputes over trade could be settled ”in a responsible manner”.
He addressed the fears of the Chinese people over the possibility of Trump introducing protectionist trade laws by reiterating that ”China and US trade cooperation has benefited the US people rather than hurting their interests.”
Japan also congratulated Donald Trump, adding that it would work closely with Donald Trump to ensure stability in the Asia-Pacific region.
”There is no change to the fact that the Japan-US alliance is the cornerstone of Japanese diplomacy, and Japan will cooperate closely with the US for peace and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region and the world,” Yoshihide Suga, the chief cabinet secretary said.
Japan is a great ally of the United States and they aim to maintain the relationship.
Pro-Brexit campaigner and UKIP leader Nigel Farage hailed Trump, describing the US election outcome as a revolution in America that has eclipsed the referendum vote to leave the European Union.
Meanwhile in Canda, the country’s main immigration website appeared to have crashed on Tuesday night as Trump took the lead.
— Miguel Ramos (@MRamosTV) November 9, 2016
Americans joked about moving to Canada when the now President-elect became the Republican nominee. Now he has won the election, Montreal’s mayor, Denis Coderre, tweeted;
”Please note: our integration office for newcomers of Montreal will remain open after the American vote.”