“Fair punishment” against Russian crimes in Ukraine: the Ukrainian president said so Volodymyr Zelensky In his speech in the video link with the General Assembly meetingThe United Nations in New York. “Ukraine wants peace, the world wants peace, and only one wants war and is happy with this war,” he said, referring to Putin. “We didn’t cause this war, there were 88 talks to avoid war, but Russia instead of stopping this crime of aggression turned it into a full-scale invasion.” In his speech, Zelensky raised his request for a Special Court for Crimes Committed by the Russians In your country and for meThey called on the United Nations to deprive Russia of its right to veto in the Security Council. “We can return the Ukrainian flag to the entire region, but we need time, support, weapons, defense systems and even financial support.”
. Finally, Zelensky relaunched the proposal to cap the price of Russian gas and oil to contain the advantages that Moscow derives from expensive energy. Prime Minister Mario Draghi also proposed and supported a proposal. Zelensky recalls that the export of gas and oil financed the war. He asked, “Restricting prices saves the world. But does the world take such a step? Or is it afraid?” Applause and applause at the United Nations, including Prime Minister Mario Draghi who paused after the video link of a short greeting with Ukraine’s first lady Olena Zelenska.
Russia shamefully violated the basic principles of the UN Charter by invading Ukraine. Putin made “reckless and irresponsible nuclear threats” He said Joe Biden He speaks at the United Nations General Assembly. The US president said that Putin wants to “eliminate Ukraine’s right to exist”. The The United States wants to end the war in Ukraine on fair terms And Joe Biden reiterated, stressing that if a country can “pursue imperial ambitions without consequences,” this “endangers everything the United Nations is fighting for.” In his address to the United Nations General Assembly, Joe Biden has re-launched the need to reform the United Nations Security Council and its paralyzed veto system, They argue in favor of increasing the number of permanent and non-permanent member states.
And Joe Biden concluded, “A nuclear war can never be won and should not be fought. We don’t want conflict, we don’t want a new Cold War.” “Let me be direct about the competition between the United States and China: the United States is not looking for conflict or a cold war with China.” The US remains committed to the “one China” policy (which recognizes only one China): Joe Biden said this in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly, after threatening to defend Taiwan with the US military in recent days. An unprecedented attack occurred. The US president said he opposes unilateral changes from both sides and stressed that Washington seeks to promote peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.
The US President also moved to Iran, saying: “The United States will not allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon. The United States stands with the brave women of Iran.”
The US President’s interventions dominate the second day of the 77th United Nations General Assembly Joe Biden and Ukrainian Volodymyr Zelensky (The recorded speech in the afternoon, in the evening in Italy), which will respond to the new escalation and new threats from the Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin.
But today is also today By Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi The one who spoke in front of Biden, who is in the midst of protests in his country after the murder of a woman because she wore the veil badly, must confront the nuclear file. The first appearance of the new British Prime Minister Liz Truss, who will have a one-on-one meeting with Biden, is expected in the evening. At the end of the day, the latter will host a reception for leaders present at the United Nations Assembly, at the American Museum of Natural History, where there can also be a short meeting with Mario Draghi. The Italian prime minister will instead meet with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres this afternoon.
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