The United States will not allow Russia to violate human rights. US President Joe Biden will clarify this during his first summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin on June 16.
Within two weeks, President Joe Biden will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin at a summit in Geneva. And he already has clear plans for that. “I will say clearly that we will not stand idly by and watch as they violate human rights,” Biden declared in a speech on the eve of Memorial Day, which is held on holiday to honor the fallen soldiers for the sake of the country.
For example, Biden takes a tough stance on Russia. Only when the relationship between the two forces is extremely strained. “America is unique,” he stressed. “It is clear to us that men and women are born equal.” He wants to emphasize the estrangement with his predecessor, Donald Trump.
The president also indicated that he had a long telephone conversation with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in February. “I made it clear to him that we can only protect human rights around the world, because that is who we are.”
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