from: The Hill staff, The hill
President Biden delivers his annual speech to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday morning in New York.
A key issue Biden is expected to address is international support for Ukraine as its fight to drive out Russian invaders turns from a tough summer counteroffensive into a second winter.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will also be present. Russian President Vladimir Putin – who, like Chinese President Xi Jinping, skipped the recent G20 summit – will not do so.
Biden is also likely to talk about the climate crisis, as well as food and energy security, building infrastructure around the world and supporting the economies of developing countries in the wake of the pandemic.
The president’s speech is scheduled for 10:15 a.m. EDT.
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