Biden’s speech at the UN is hastily edited after Putin’s statements

US President Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden

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The text of the upcoming speech by American leader Joe Biden from the rostrum of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly is being urgently edited against the backdrop of the latest statements by Russian head Vladimir Putin. On Wednesday, September 21, the correspondent of the Politico newspaper in the White House, Jonathan Lemire, announced this on the social network. transmits TASS.

“White House staff confirms that Biden’s upcoming UN speech is being hurriedly corrected after Putin’s chilling statements made last night,” the journalist said.

On Wednesday, US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said that Biden at the UN was going to call on the world community to resist the Russian special operation in Ukraine. The head of state was also expected to announce new US appropriations for food security.

Last week it was reported that Biden disappeared from the list speakers on the first day of the UN General Assembly. By tradition, the President of the United States delivers a speech the second of the heads of the participating countries and on the first day of the general debate.

Recall that on September 21, Putin signed a decree on the introduction of partial mobilization in Russia. He stated that the line of contact in the special operation zone exceeds a thousand kilometers, and the allied forces are fighting virtually the entire collective West. The Russian president also warned those who are carrying out nuclear blackmail against the Russian Federation.

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