In a speech to the UN General Assembly, Biden said he did not believe in a new Cold War

Address by US President Joe Biden / EPA-EFE / Stefani Reynolds / POOL

US President Joseph Biden, who is due to address the UN General Assembly tomorrow, will say he "does not believe in the idea of ​​a new Cold War".

"Biden will make it clear tomorrow that he does not believe in the idea of ​​a new Cold War with the world divided into blocs," said an unnamed official in the context of the Washington-Beijing rivalry.

The US president "believes in strong, intense and principled competition," the source added.

According to him, Biden wants to let the international community know that he has "closed the chapter on war" and that he is opening a chapter dedicated to effective and determined US diplomacy that will work with allies and partners in resolving problems.

Source: MIA

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