Statement by the President on his call with Prime Minister Cameron of the United Kingdom

Statement by the President on his call with Prime Minister Cameron of the United Kingdom
                                                              
Today, I was pleased to call David Cameron to extend my personal congratulations for the successful campaign that he ran and for becoming the new British Prime Minister.  As I told the Prime Minister, the United States has no closer friend and ally than the United Kingdom, and I reiterated my deep and personal commitment to the special relationship between our two countries – a bond that has endured for generations and across party lines, and that is essential to the security and prosperity of our two countries, and the world.  I look forward to meeting with the Prime Minister at the G8/G20 meetings in June, and Michelle and I invited Prime Minister Cameron and his wife Samantha to visit Washington this summer.
 
I also send my best wishes to Gordon Brown, and thank him for his friendship and his distinguished service as Prime Minister.  He provided strong leadership during challenging times, and I have been grateful for his partnership.  This historic election has been closely followed by the American people, and I have no doubt that the ties between our two countries will continue to thrive in the years to come.

Lover, Fighter, Friend, Journalist, and Activist.

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