US President Donald Trump is nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize
A member of the Swedish Parliament nominated the US President, the Serbian government, and the Kosovo territorial government for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize for negotiations on economic cooperation.
According to the Vietnam News Agency reporter in the US, on September 11, a member of the Swedish National Assembly, Mr. Magnus Jacobsson, nominated the US President. Donald Trump, the Serbian government and the Kosovo territorial government awarded the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize for negotiations on trade and economic cooperation.
On the social networking site Twitter, Mr. Jacobsson stated: “I have nominated the US President, the Kosovo and Serbian authorities for the Nobel Peace on their joint actions for peace and economic development, adopted cooperation agreement signed at the White House. ”
Along with a copy of the full supporting letter nominations For President Trump, the Swedish official also believes that trade and communication are key factors in building peace.
This is the second time that President Trump has been nominated for a Nobel Prize in 2021, when the White House boss previously received support from a member of the Norwegian Parliament, Head of the Norwegian delegation at the Parliamentary Assembly. NATO, Christian Tybring-Gjedde on September 9.
The reason for his nomination is a mediating role in improving relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
On social networking sites Facebook and Twitter, the head of government Kosovo Avdullah Hoti expressed “extremely grateful” for this nomination.
The Trump administration has led talks between the leaders of Serbia and Kosovo towards agreeing to normalize economic ties during a meeting at the White House last week.
Trump praised the improvement of the relationship during the signing ceremony at the Oval Office, adding that the US administration has “made additional progress towards achieving peace in the Middle East.”
In 2018, two Norwegian lawmakers also nominated Mr. Trump for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end tensions and the risk of war on the Korean Peninsula.