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Liz Truss will tell world leaders at the UN that countries must use economic growth to curb Russia

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Liz Truss will tell world leaders at the UN that countries must use economic growth to curb Russia

  • Prime Minister Calls On Allies To End Reliance On Energy Imports From So-called Evil Actors
  • UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for solutions to divisions in the world
  • He said these were “the widest since at least the Cold War”

Liz Truss will tell world leaders this week that economic growth is the key to confronting Russian aggression.

In a speech to the UN General Assembly, the prime minister will urge allies to end their dependence on energy imports and other products from so-called evil actors.

She will say the West should learn lessons from Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine by strengthening economic security and defense.

A source told the Sunday TimesShe will establish a clear link between geopolitics and the domestic economy (especially energy prices), and why reducing the free world’s reliance on evil actors has a direct impact on the cost of living and the success of our economy here. At home.’

In a speech to the UN General Assembly, the prime minister will urge allies to end their dependence on imports of energy and other products from so-called evil actors

In her speech, she will also rally Western countries to help Ukraine fight back against Russian invaders.

Miss Truss is expected to fly to the top in New York tonight, after attending the Queen’s funeral. It will be her first overseas visit and major summit since she took office. About 150 world leaders will be in attendance.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for solutions to the divisions in the world, which he said were “the biggest since the Cold War”.

Miss Truss will also urge US President Joe Biden to stand firm against China’s threat to “freedom and democracy around the world.”

A source told The Mail on Sunday: “Russia has shown that it poses an acute, active threat to Western stability and prosperity, but Liz believes China poses the greatest long-term threat to our values ​​and way of life.”

She will say the West should learn lessons from Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine by strengthening economic security and defense

She will say the West should learn lessons from Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine by strengthening economic security and defense

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