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Do Not Allow Russia to Continue ‘Imperial Ambitions Without Consequences’

In his speech at the United Nations on Wednesday, President Joe Biden warned the international community of the dangers of a Russian war on Ukraine and criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin for violating the UN charter and threatening to use nuclear weapons.

“Let’s be clear: a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council has invaded its neighbor and tried to wipe the sovereign state off the map. Russia has shamelessly violated the fundamental principles of the United Nations Charter,” Biden said in the speech.

“Again, just today, President Putin issued open nuclear threats against Europe, recklessly disregarding the responsibilities of a non-proliferation regime,” Biden added.

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Biden then called on UN members to take a stand against Russia and its continued aggression, and condemned Russia for imperial aggression.

“This world should see these outrageous acts for what they are. Putin claims he must act because Russia is threatened. But nobody threatened Russia. And no one but Russia sought the conflict…Putin’s own words make his true intent unmistakable,” Biden said.

“Just before he invaded, Putin claimed, and I quote, ‘Ukraine was created by Russia’ and, quote, never had ‘real statehood’.”

“This war is about simply wiping out Ukraine’s right to exist as a state,” Biden added.

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Biden then explained how the US and other nations around the world have come together to support Ukraine with security measures and assistance.

“Therefore, 141 nations came together in the General Assembly to unequivocally condemn Russia’s war against Ukraine,” he said. “The United States has provided massive security and humanitarian assistance, as well as direct economic assistance to Ukraine — more than $25 billion to date.

“Our allies and partners around the world have also stepped up. And today, more than 40 countries represented here have contributed billions of their own money and equipment to help Ukraine defend itself.”

Biden said the international community did so out of the belief that Ukraine has a right to individual sovereignty and Russia has no right to act as an imperial and aggressive power.

“If nations can pursue their imperial ambitions without consequences, then we are jeopardizing everything that this very institution stands for, everything,” Biden said.

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Biden’s sweeping response and condemnation of Russia comes after Putin hinted at using nuclear weapons, The Wall Street Journal reported.

“Russia will use all tools at its disposal to counter a threat to its territorial integrity – this is not a bluff,” Putin said in an address to Russia on Wednesday, the Journal reported.

Putin has threatened in his comments after claiming that members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization said it was okay to launch nuclear strikes against Russia, the Journal also reported.

“For those who dare to say such things, I would like to remind them that Russia also has many types of weapons of destruction, the components of which in some cases are more modern than those of NATO countries,” Putin said.

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