bidenThe President was in New York on the 19th and 78thUnited NationsIn his speech at the conference, he not only detailed his vision for the leadership role of the United States, but also how multilateral foreign policy will help solve some of the most pressing problems in the world today.He said that the United States will strongly supportukraineResistance to Russian invasion.
Biden said the United States wants a world that is more secure, prosperous, and equal for all people. The United States “knows that our future shares joys and sorrows with you, and that no country can meet current challenges alone.”
Biden mentioned global climate change and the standoff war between Russia and Ukraine. As more and more countries in the “Global South” face pressure from rising global energy and food prices due to this war, they are calling for peace talks between Russia and Ukraine. He hopes that these countries will continue to support Ukraine. He reiterated that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine violates the UN Charter and countries cannot address the problem alone. Everyone has a responsibility to help defend the sovereignty of other countries that have been attacked.
Biden said Russia believed the world would gradually tire of war and allowed it to destroy Ukraine without consequences. But Biden asked leaders at the scene, if they abandon the core norms of the UN Charter and appease the invaders, which member state will still be confident that it will be protected; If Ukraine was allowed to be destroyed, which country’s independence would be safe?
Biden called on all countries to stand up to today’s naked aggression to deter potential future aggressors, and stressed that the United States, allies, and global partners will stand with Ukraine and defend its sovereignty, territorial integrity, and rights. Will work with the Ukrainian people to protect the integrity. and free.
Biden shouted out to the leaders of participating countries that he had re-established American leadership on the world stage. The Associated Press reported on the 19th that Biden often cited the losses suffered by US leadership during former President Trump’s tenure. Biden also used the speech to call out Trump, his potential rival in next year’s presidential election.
On addressing climate issues, Biden talked about mobilizing resources from the entire international community and supporting multilateral organizations to assist poor and middle-income countries. Biden noted that extreme weather events are occurring around the world, including record-breaking high temperatures in the United States and mainland China, wildfires in North America and Southern Europe, a fifth-year drought at the Cape of Good Hope in Africa, , and include. Floods in Libya have killed thousands of people. He said the various situations foreshadowed what the world will face if it fails to reduce its dependence on petroleum fuels and start building capacity to deal with climate extremes. He also noted that since he took over as President of the United Nations the United States has continued to limit climate change. The change is seen as a crisis that “threatens the existence of all mankind.”
The leaders of the remaining four permanent members of the UN Security Council, China, Russia, France and Britain, are absent from this session of the UN General Assembly. At least 145 leaders of Brazil, such as President Lula, or their representatives will participate. , Ukrainian President Zelensky and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. After his speech on the 19th, Biden is scheduled to meet with UN Secretary-General Guterres and the leaders of five Central Asian countries to focus on issues such as regional security, trade, climate change, reform and good governance.