US President Joe Biden reaffirmed his country's support for Israel, emphasizing Israel's right to self-defense while also underlining the significance of aiding Ukraine in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Since the attack by Hamas, Biden has emphasized many times until now that the Israelis have the right to defend themselves, and that it is necessary to support them.
On the other hand, many world leaders are on the side of Palestine and want the killing of innocent civilians to stop. The world is obviously divided into two sides. In such an atmosphere, it is difficult to make the right decisions and influence peace.
The priority should be to find a common language and stop the terrible events in Palestine. In addition, it is important to condemn the attacks by Hamas. During separate meetings with the Presidents of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, and Chile, Gabriel Boric, who were in the US for the Inter-American Partnership for Economic Prosperity Leaders' Summit, the leaders discussed economic cooperation.
These countries want to deepen their cooperation and economically strengthen their country. Apart from economic matters, Biden and Boric reaffirmed their joint commitment to combat climate change and explored other areas of shared interest.
Joe Biden on Ukraine
Biden reiterated the United States' backing for Israel's right to self-defense under international humanitarian law and pledged to continue increasing humanitarian assistance to Gaza's civilians. He stressed the importance of ongoing support for Ukraine in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict and expressed concerns about the global ramifications of the war, particularly in terms of food and energy security.
Biden did not forget to mention the Ukrainian people, who are less and less talked about since Hamas launched an attack on Israel, and Israel retaliated. The Ukrainian people are still ready to defend themselves against the enemy.
At certain moments it seems that they are doing well, while at other moments it looks as if the Russians could achieve their goals. When the whole picture is taken into account, the Ukrainians fight brilliantly at the front.