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Puber Kalam Webdesk: The 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly is underway in New York. And the UN stage has been heated since the start of the Ukraine war. The US president has hit back at Putin after taking a look at the West and threatening a nuclear attack. It can be said that such a reaction was expected from Joe Biden at the United Nations after Russia warned the Western world. Biden says Russia has ‘brazenly violated the UN Charter’ in Ukraine. During the General Assembly session, Biden said Moscow violated the basic principles of the UN Charter by waging a “brutal and unnecessary war” in Ukraine. The 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly started in New York from Monday. World leaders joined this international conference after almost 3 years due to the corona epidemic. However, Russian President Putin, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping did not attend the session due to special reasons. At the beginning of the speech on Wednesday, Biden condemned the Russian military operation in Ukraine, calling it an ‘aggression’. He also alleged that Putin has threatened a new nuclear attack. Said, ‘Putin’s nuclear threat is a disrespect for the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.’ Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Zelensky strongly criticized Russian President Putin’s reserve army deployment plan in Ukraine war. He said that Putin wants to flood Ukraine with blood by sending reserve troops. In his address to the nation on Monday, Putin announced the deployment of a part of the Russian reserve army to the war in Ukraine. He ordered about 3 lakh soldiers to be ready for battle. Basically, this has created panic in the western world. Putin clearly said that if the West wants to destroy Russia, it will be answered with all the weapons in the arsenal. Meanwhile, the biggest prisoner exchange between Russia and Ukraine was brokered by Turkey seven months after the war. 300 prisoners have been exchanged between the two countries. Among those freed are citizens of America, Britain and Morocco. Ceasefire call for Chinese President Putin’s announcement to send new troops to the Ukraine war has increased tensions. China has called on Moscow for a negotiated ceasefire after announcing the activation of reserve forces to ‘protect the motherland’. “A ceasefire can be reached through dialogue and consultation,” said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin. I urge all parties to find a solution to address the security concerns as soon as possible.’

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