This Monday, October 23, the president of the United States interrupted a press conference that was about to end, where he talked about the so-called ‘Bidenomics’ and the investment agenda of the United States that seeks to develop the economy of all regions of country.
“I’m sorry. I have to go to the Situation Room. We have another problem that I have to deal with,” said the president at the end of the press conference on economic issues, where he also talked about issues in Israel and Ukraine.
As the American president explained shortly after, the release of all the hostages held by Hamas is a precondition for the possible negotiation of a ceasefire.
North American authorities have publicly avoided calling for a ceasefire and even many senior officials are reluctant to use the term.
However, after three weeks of conflict, voices began to be heard calling for at least a delay in Israel’s ground invasion of the Gaza Strip so as not to disrupt negotiations for the American hostages.
Biden also referred to the conversation held over the weekend with Pope Francis and emphasized that the two were “on the same page.”
“He is very interested, what we are doing, in some of the crises we are facing, especially in Israel at this time, and I explained to him what the plan is, how we need to give aid to Israel. needs and “We’re very supportive of what we’re doing,” he said.
Hamas and Putin want to “destroy” democracies
The President of the United States, Joe Biden, issued a speech to the nation, from the Oval Office of the White House, where he planned to talk about the situation the world is going through because of the war between Israel and Ukraine.
“We are facing a turning point in history, one of those moments where the decisions we make today will determine the future for decades to come,” the president of the United States began by saying about the situation in the world.
“My heart is broken,” he said in the middle of his speech and assured that Hamas and Russia unleashed violence in their respective areas of the planet, so that hundreds of people died.
“I know these conflicts seem far away, and it’s natural to ask: ‘Why is this important to the United States?'” Biden asked his audience in the middle of the speech, taking the opportunity to show that his role as president to also ensure the “success” of its allies Israel and Ukraine, in this case.