At UN General Assembly, US President Joe Biden calls out Russia for ‘brutal, needless war’

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At un general assembly, us president joe biden calls out russia for ‘brutal, needless war’

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “At UN General Assembly, US President Joe Biden calls out Russia for ‘brutal, needless war’” – below is their description.

US President Joe Biden called out Russia for launching a “brutal, needless war” against Ukraine on September 21, 2022, at the 77th United Nations General Assembly. He pledged US$2.9 billion in food aid to alleviate global shortages caused partly by the war.

“We are committed to our one-China policy,” Biden also said, adding that the US seeks to “uphold peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait”.

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