At U.N., Biden urges unity to end COVID-19, says U.S. against ‘new Cold War’

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U.S.- The 76th United Nations General Assembly began in earnest on Tuesday and U.S. President Joe Biden made his first address at the diplomatic summit- delivering a message of unity, security and progress on a wide range of issues including climate change and COVID-19. Biden spoke second on the first day of the General Debate, following Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro. He stressed working together to solve the most immediate problems globally while fighting cybercrime, protecting human rights and avoiding a “new Cold War” with adversaries like Russia and North Korea.

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