Biden Addresses World Leaders At UN General Assembly

NEW YORK (September 21, 2021)—President Joe Biden President Biden delivered remarks before the 76th Session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly Tuesday.

Highlights:

  • US is making a commitment to making people lives better everyday.
  • Biden is not interested in a cold war with China–he mentioned the cold war more than 2 times during his remarks.
  • Biden: without mentioning the 15,000 Haitians at the Southern Border–Biden said that when the earthquake strikes and the typhoon rages the world–we are ready to help.
  • The USA is sure that can sustainably feed the World for decades to come—to adequately feed the world–the USA is making a 10 billion commitment–in hunger in investing systems at home and abroad.
  • Since 2000 the USA has provided 140 billion to advance health and strengthen healthcare systems
  • USA and allies aim to focus on infrastructure.
  • We can not give up raging civil conflicts including in  Ethiopia and Yemen.
  • For the first time in 20 years the USA is not at war–we have turned the page, said Biden.
  • Democracy remains the best tool we have to unleash out full human potential–working with the allies to fix terrorism, COVID-19, human rights, and climate change–various problems which can not be resolved by military action alone.

 

 

Source: White House Video

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