US President Joe Biden called Pakistan “one of the most dangerous states” in the world with “nuclear weapons without any coherence” in his most direct criticism.
The US President criticized China and Russia during his comments at a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Reception in Los Angeles (California).
When discussing US foreign policy against China and Russia under Vladimir Putin, Biden mentioned Pakistan.
In his last statement, Biden declared Pakistan the most dangerous nation.
“Xi Jinping is a man who knows what he wants but is plagued by a vast variety of issues. What do we do about that? How do we approach it in light of what is occurring in Russia?
Pakistan is another country that I believe to be among the most hazardous in the world.
Without any cohesiveness, nuclear weapons “Biden made these comments at the Democratic party gathering, according to a press statement from the White House.
The Shehbaz Sharif administration’s efforts to strengthen relations with the US may have suffered due to Biden’s comments.
At the occasion, Biden said that the US has a tremendous opportunity to alter the situation in the twenty-first century’s second decade.
“So there’s a lot going on, people. A lot of activity. However, there are also a lot of chances for the United States to alter the situation in the second half of the twenty-first century, “added the US President.
These remarks were made two days after the US National Security Strategy was made public. The 48-page paper doesn’t mention Pakistan at all.
The Biden administration issued the crucial policy paper that Congress had demanded on Wednesday, highlighting the danger that both China and Russia represent to the US.
Although China and Russia, who earlier this year established a “no-limits relationship,” are increasingly aligning with one another, the problems they present are different, according to the National Security Strategy.
It continues, “We will prioritize preserving an everlasting competitive advantage over the PRC while reining in a still gravely hazardous Russia.”
The strategy statement asserts that while rivalry with China is increasingly global, it is particularly apparent in the Indo-Pacific.
According to the US Security Strategy, the next 10 years will mark a turning point in the battle with China.
According to the report, Moscow’s “imperialist foreign policy” over the dispute between Russia and Ukraine ended in “a full-scale invasion of Ukraine in an effort to destroy its government and bring it under Russian control.”