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At UN General Assembly, Biden asks world to stand by Ukraine

  • During his speech at the UN General Assembly, President Joe Biden emphasized the need for the world to stand up to Russia's aggression and support Ukraine's fight for independence and territorial integrity. He blamed Moscow alone for the ongoing conflict and urged UN members to continue their support for Ukraine.
  • The US president also called for global action to combat the climate crisis and highlighted the devastating impact of flooding in Libya. He emphasized the importance of reducing dependence on fossil fuels and climate-proofing the world. Biden also addressed the potential risks and benefits of artificial intelligence, urging responsible usage to ensure they are "tools of opportunity, not weapons of oppression."
  • In addition to his UN address, Biden's three-day visit to New York included meetings with leaders from Israel, Brazil, and five Central Asian nations. The United States is preparing a new military aid package for Ukraine, and bipartisan support is expected for this assistance.
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