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Biden hit out at Putin at the UN General Assembly, saying Russia violated the basic spirit of the World Organization’s Charter



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US President Joe Biden has violently targeted Russia.
US President Joe Biden also made a statement on the threat of a nuclear attack by Russia.
US President Joe Biden defends Ukraine at UNGA.

New York. US President Joe Biden addressed the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) conference on Budhawar. Meanwhile, Joe Biden has taken a tough stance against Russia. Joe Biden has said that Russia has shamelessly violated the fundamental spirit of the Charter of the World Organization by waging a brutal and unnecessary war in Ukraine. “Russian forces attacked schools, train stations and hospitals in Ukraine,” Biden said. During his address to the United Nations, Biden strongly condemned the Russian attack, saying there were “heartbreaking” reports of Russian atrocities against civilians in Ukraine.

He said Russian President Vladimir Putin’s new threat of nuclear weapon strikes on Europe shows that Russia is “irresponsibly flouting its provisions” despite being a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). . Biden said, “We will stand united against Russia’s attack.” Moreover, he said, “A nuclear war cannot be won and should never be fought. President Joe Biden said, “We are seeing disturbing trends. Russia is making irresponsible nuclear threats to use nuclear weapons.” However, “the United States remains prepared to pursue significant arms control measures.”

President Joe Biden has said the war is about ending Ukraine’s right to exist as a state. The United States, like you, wants this war to end on fair terms. Especially to the terms we all signed. In other words, you cannot occupy the territory of a country by force. Russia is the only country in its path. US President Joe Biden has announced $2.9 billion in global food security aid to address shortages caused by Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the effects of climate change. (from input language)

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