U.S. and Ukrainian drills continue as nearly 15 countries gathered for joint military exercises. More than 6,000 servicemen, including 150 representatives from the U.S. Armed Forces, have been set to take part in these drills on Friday in Western Ukraine.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said he’s committed to working closely with France’s foreign minister in order to restore bilateral ties with France. During the most recent United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York on Thursday, Blinken announced his plans to get U.S.-France relations back to how they used to be before the announcement of the U.S., U.K. and Australia nuclear submarine deal.
Senate Republicans are urging Americans to follow the trail linking mainstream media to the Biden administration. On Tuesday, Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.), who’s also the former U.S. Ambassador to Japan under President Donald Trump, claimed the Joe Biden’s White House is trying to steer America’s attention away from international policy.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Mainland China must join international agreements on nuclear non-proliferation. Stoltenberg explained on Monday, China’s nuclear program has been left unchecked by the United Nations for decades and added this must change.
A leading British media outlet said Joe Biden failed to improve America’s relations with European countries. In a recent op-ed, BBC said Biden’s relationship with Europe has “turned sour” due to his botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.