New York: US President Joe Biden openly threatened Russia in the General Assembly meeting.
According to the details, while addressing the United Nations General Assembly, Joe Biden addressed Russia without naming names and said that a member country of the Security Council attacked a neighboring country, and Russia will have to pay the price for its invasion of Ukraine.
The American President said that the United States rejects the process of bloodshed to fulfill the ambitions of border expansion, and the United Nations member countries must ensure the implementation of the Charter of Peace.
Joe Biden demanded that Russia immediately stop its aggression against Ukraine.
Russia responsible for Ukraine war, inflation
During his address to the General Assembly, the US President said that due to the Russia-Ukraine war, inflation has increased worldwide. The plan will be for non-Paris Club members while the G7 will work on global infrastructure projects for developing and poor countries.
Iran cannot be allowed to have nuclear weapons
In his address to the General Assembly, the US President said that the US cannot allow Iran to have nuclear weapons, nor will the proliferation of nuclear weapons be tolerated.
He made it clear that no war can be won with nuclear weapons, nor should there be such a war, America will continue its efforts to reduce major weapons in the world.
Israel is a friend of America
During his address to the General Assembly, the US President said that Israel is a friend of the US, we will continue to cooperate with it, he also emphasized the need to advance the one-state formula for peace in the Middle East.
Climate change is a global threat
In his address to the General Assembly, Joe Biden described the dangers of climate and environmental change as a threat to the whole world and said that all member countries must make a serious effort to address it, and adopt a green energy plan to protect the earth from environmental destruction.
The US President said that the US has announced the largest package in history to deal with climate change, which is 369 billion dollars.