US President Joe Biden told the UN General Assembly on Tuesday that the US does not want a “new Cold War” in terms of relations with China. “The United States stands ready to work with any nation that seeks peaceful solutions to share challenges, even if we have intense disagreements in other areas,” he told world leaders in New York.
Addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, US President Joe Biden has said that America is no longer the same country that was attacked 20 years ago on 9/11. Today we are better equipped, he said. Addressing the gathering, he said that we know the bitter bite of terrorism. We lost 13 American heroes and many Afghan civilians in the heinous terrorist attack on Kabul airport last month.
The United States will continue to defend itself and its allies against terrorism: US President Joe Biden before the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly pic.twitter.com/6EMoydbOL8
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He said that those who commit acts of terrorism against us will find the United States their greatest enemy. Biden said the US will continue to defend itself and its allies against terrorism.
Biden continued, “Today we are facing the threat of terrorism. We have ended 20 years of conflict in Afghanistan. As we end this war, we are opening the doors of diplomacy.
During his address, he mentioned India and said that we have enhanced the Quad partnership to meet the challenges of health security, climate change, emerging technologies. He said the US is ready to work with any nation that pursues peaceful resolutions.
Biden also said that the US is committed to preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. “We want serious and sustained diplomacy to advance the full demilitarization of the Korean Peninsula,” he said.