“It’s a war chosen by a man”: Biden’s strong speech against Putin before the UN General Assembly

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Joe Biden at the UN General Assembly

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In one of the most anticipated speeches of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, US President Joe Biden lashed out at Russian leader Vladimir Putin for the war in Ukraine.

The president described the Russian invasion as “an unnecessary and brutal war” for which he held Putin directly responsible for the last six months of attacks on Ukrainian territory.

It’s a war that chose a man, to be very frank. Let’s be frank: a permanent member of the UN Security Council invaded his neighbor and tried to wipe a sovereign state off the map.”

He called on the world to “see these horrendous acts for what they are” and dismissed Russia’s justification that it had to launch a “special operation” in Ukraine to defend its own integrity and liberate Ukrainians from a “Nazi government.”

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