In his first UNGA address, Joe Biden believes world is at an ‘inflection point’

In his first UNGA address, Joe Biden believes world is at an ‘inflection point’

Joe Biden’s speech came as he attempted to put the United States on a more solid foundation with allies and convince foreign leaders that his administration will not be a continuation of former President Donald Trump’s tumultuous four years in office.

NEW DELHI: In his first address as President at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, President Biden said the world is at an “inflection point in history” amid the compounding crises of the Covid 19 pandemic, climate change, and other challenges, urging world leaders to “work together as never before.”

Trying to re-establish the US on more solid foundation

Biden’s speech came as he attempted to put the US on a more solid foundation with allies and convince world leaders that his administration will not be a continuation of Donald Trump’s rule.

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Biden also addressed U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ accusation that the United States is engaged in a “Cold War” with China.

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