“There is tension between the two countries, but we do not want to start a new Cold War,” he said, avoiding direct reference to China.
The world needs to work together on issues such as the Corona, climate change and human rights abuses, and the world is at a new turning point due to a number of challenges, US President Joe Biden said in his first address to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday. The United States no longer wants to go into a new Cold War era when the conflict with China continues, he explained.
He has supported the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan. The future belongs to those who will take everyone along and let them live freely. However, he warned that those who want to rule by Mangatshahi will not be able to do so. “There is tension between the two countries, but we do not want to start a new Cold War,” he said, avoiding direct reference to China.
Supporting the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, he said, “We have decided to move the US administration out of the role of conflict and now focus more on political efforts.” Because there is no shortage of problems in the world. We will work just as efficiently for the people of our country as we do for the rest of the world, but there will be no role for struggle. “We have ended 20 years of conflict in Afghanistan,” he said. We have now started a new chapter in our political endeavors and will strive to lead the people of the world on the path of development.
Biden arrived in New York on Monday. He said the United Nations is still holding back. It is not expired. The world is at a critical juncture in history.
‘Military force is the last resort’
“Today’s world is different from 2001,” Biden said. The United States is no longer the country it once was. We are aware of the art of resisting effectively. We will destroy terrorist bases with the help of friendly countries. The use of military force will be the last resort.