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UNGA 2022: President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Liz Truss pledge to continue coordinating support for Ukraine, global challenges

New York: US President Joe Biden met with Britain’s newly elected Prime Minister Liz Truss on the sidelines of the 77th United Nations General Assembly and is determined to continue close coordination between the two countries on global challenges, including support for Ukraine. The White House said in a statement, “The leaders committed to continuing to coordinate closely with their governments on global challenges, including support for Ukraine as it defends itself against Russian aggression, posed by China.” Addresses the challenges faced and achieves sustainable and affordable energy supply.” meeting on Wednesday.

The US President, who is in New York to attend the UNGA session, expressed his condolences for the loss of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and commended her for the opportunity to pay her respects at the state funeral. “The leaders discussed the importance of continued support for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. They also reaffirmed their shared commitment to protect the benefits of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement,” the statement said. ”

Ahead of the meeting with the UK PM, Biden said, “We are both committed to protecting the benefits of the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland. And I look forward to hearing what’s on your mind and how we can collaborate.” can continue.”

Truss replied, “And, of course, I look forward to discussing the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement and how we ensure that it is upheld in the future.” Truss also thanked US First Lady Jill Biden for coming to the UK for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, who breathed her last on 8 September. “She was the rock on which modern Britain was built. And I’ve seen a huge outpouring of affection for her in the United Kingdom and here in the United States,” Truss said.

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“And as you say, President, we are firm allies. And I have had a lot of fun working with Tony Blinken in his response to Russia’s horrific war in Ukraine and making sure that we fight for Ukraine’s independence. Supporting them. But we face great challenges as the autocracy tries to consolidate and extend its tenacity around the world,” the UK PM said.

Biden, UN chief discuss Ukraine war, Black Sea grain deal

US President Joe Biden discussed issues including the Russo-Ukraine war and the Black Sea grain deal with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. “President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. met with United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres today on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. The leaders reaffirmed the strong partnership between the United States and the United Nations,” the White House said in a statement. Statement about the meeting at the United Nations Headquarters during the General Assembly in New York.

The two leaders discussed issues facing the United Nations, including Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine, based on the basic principles of the UN Charter and its impact on the wider international community, a statement issued on Wednesday said. There is a clear danger. “The President thanked Secretary-General Guterres for working to establish the Black Sea Grains Initiative. He also reaffirmed the continued need for global action to address the global climate and food security crisis,” the statement said.

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After meeting with the UN Secretary-General, Biden updated his Twitter account and wrote, “I join UN Secretary-General @AntonioGuterres in reaffirming the partnership between the US and the United Nations. We have heard Russia’s threat of war in Ukraine.” discussed in the United Nations Charter and the global community and the need for swift action to address climate and food insecurity.”

Ahead of the bilateral meeting with Guterres, Biden said, “(in progress) … really positive, especially you are taking steps to access grain from Ukraine and Russia. And — but there’s a lot more that we can, I think we — we’re ready. And it wasn’t an exaggeration what I was suggesting when I spoke. I think that, you know, for the great polluting nations of the world like ours There is an obligation to the nation suffering the consequences of global warming.”

Recalling the G7 meeting, Biden suggested setting up a Build Back Better initiative around the world, where no one needs to go to countries for help, “but we are looking for USD 600 billion between us.” So they can build the infrastructure. They need to protect their physical ability to survive. And I think we can do that. It’s going to take some real attention.”

“And Senator Kerry is still trying to generate some cooperation with China, which was initiated. I hope we can get it back on track in a major way. There’s just a lot of things that I — I think we have the ability. And — but — again, I have a friend who’s a neurosurgeon who said my problem is I’m a born optimist. But I’m an optimist. I think we can make things better ,” Biden said as quoted in the statement.

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