The Joe Biden regime sent a letter to the 34 nations that signed onto the Geneva Consensus Declaration, which is a pact declaring there to be no international right to abortion.
The letter from Biden said it “has the honor to inform that the United States has rescinded its co-sponsorship and endorsement of the Geneva Consensus Declaration.” It was sent to the declaration’s 34 signatories ahead of the UN Commission on the Status of Women.
“Last fall your country signed on to the Geneva Consensus Declaration, an initiative of the United States dealing with women’s health, abortion and the family.”
“Upon reviewing the Declaration, we have reservations that aspects of the document are not consistent with our current Administration’s policies, including those relating to women’s health, LGBTQI equality, and gender equality.”
“Accordingly, the United States hereby discontinues our participation in the Geneva Consensus Declaration.”
According to Life News, “The letter cites the presidential memorandum signed by President Biden on January 28, 2021 that directed the Secretaries of State and Health and Human Services to ‘withdraw co-sponsorship and signature from the Geneva Consensus Declaration’ and ‘notify other co-sponsors and signatories to the Declaration and other appropriate parties of the United States’ withdrawal.’”
“The Biden Administration’s swift withdrawal of the U.S. from the Geneva Consensus Declaration confirms that the Biden Abortion Doctrine is of preeminent importance in its foreign policy, wrongly using the influence of the federal government as an advocacy arm for special interests,” special advisor on Global Women’s Health under the Trump administration, Valerie Huber told the Friday Fax
Huber who was the architect of the Declaration working under Secretary Azar said “the Geneva Consensus Declaration remains,” and the “historic strength of this united voice in support of women’s health, life, and family reverberates around the globe and in the halls of the United Nations.”