Biden: No member of the United Nations would feel safe if Ukraine is allowed to secede
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During his speech at the United Nations General Assembly, the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, said that supporting Ukraine in its defense against Russian invasion is "not only an investment in the future of Ukraine, but in the future of every country" that values ​​the UN's basic rules of sovereignty and territorial integrity "that apply equally to all nations" large and small.

"We strongly support Ukraine in its efforts to bring about a diplomatic solution that brings lasting peace. Only Russia bears responsibility for this war. Only Russia has the power to end this war immediately," Biden said, CNN reports.

"And it is only Russia that stands in the way of peace. Because Russia's price for peace is the capitulation of Ukraine, the territory of Ukraine and the children of Ukraine," Biden added.

The US president said Moscow "believes the world will tire and allow it to brutalize Ukraine without consequence".

Biden suggested that no member state of the United Nations would feel safe if Ukraine was allowed to "separate."

"We must confront this blatant aggression today and deter other would-be aggressors tomorrow. That is why the United States, along with our allies and partners around the world, will continue to stand with the people of courageous people of Ukraine as they defend their sovereignty and territorial integrity and their freedom," he added.

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