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21-Sep-2022 00:03:05
British Prime Minister Liz Truss told world leaders, “the story of 2022 could have been that of an authoritarian state, rolling its tanks over the border of a peaceful neighbor, and subjugating its people. Instead, it's a story of freedom fighting back, in the face of rising aggression, we've shown that we have the power to act and the resolve to see it through.” UNIFEED
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DATELINE: 21 SEPTEMBER 2022, NEW YORK CITY / RECENT
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RECENT – NEW YORK CITY

1. Wide shot, exterior, United Nations Headquarters

21 SEPTEMBER 2022, NEW YORK CITY

2. Various shots, General Assembly
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Liz Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom:
“This is a decisive moment in our history, in the history of this organization, and in the history of freedom. The story of 2022 could have been that of an authoritarian state, rolling its tanks over the border a peaceful neighbor, and subjugating its people. Instead, it's a story of freedom fighting back, in the face of rising aggression, we've shown that we have the power to act and the resolve to see it through. But this can't be a one off. This must be a new era, where we commit to ourselves, to our citizens and this institution that we will do whatever it takes, whatever it takes to deliver for our people and defend our values.”
4. Wide shot, General Assembly
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Liz Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom:
“We will be a dynamic, reliable and trustworthy partner. Together with our friends and allies around the world, we will continue to champion freedom, sovereignty and democracy. And together we can define this new era as one of hope and progress.”
6. Wide shot, General Assembly
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Liz Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom:
“The resolute international response to Ukraine has shown how we can deliver decisive collective action. The response has been built on partnerships and alliances and also on being prepared to use new instruments, unprecedented sanctions, diplomatic action, and rapid military support.”
8. Wide shot, General Assembly
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Liz Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom:
“At this crucial moment in the conflict, I pledge that we will sustain or increase our military support to Ukraine for as long as it takes. New UK weapons are arriving in Ukraine as I speak, including more MLS rockets. We will not rest until Ukraine prevails.”
10. Wide shot, General Assembly
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Liz Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom:
“The G7 and our likeminded partners should act as an economic NATO, collectively defending our prosperity. If the economy of a partner is being targeted by an aggressive regime, we should act to support them, all for one or one for all.”
12. Wide shot, General Assembly
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Liz Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom:
“We won't be strategically dependent on those who seek to weaponize the global economy. Instead, we're reforming our economy to get Britain moving. And we want to work with our allies, so we can all move forward together. The free world needs this economic strength and resilience to push back against authoritarian aggression, and win this new era of strategic competition.”
14. Wide shot, General Assembly
STORYLINE
British Prime Minister Liz Truss told world leaders, “the story of 2022 could have been that of an authoritarian state, rolling its tanks over the border of a peaceful neighbor, and subjugating its people. Instead, it's a story of freedom fighting back, in the face of rising aggression, we've shown that we have the power to act and the resolve to see it through.”

Delivering her speech at the high-level General Assembly Debate in New York today (21 Sep), the British Prime Minister reiterated, “this must be a new era, where we commit to ourselves, to our citizens and this institution that we will do whatever it takes, whatever it takes to deliver for our people and defend our values.”

Prime Minister Truss also reaffirmed that her government will be “a dynamic, reliable and trustworthy partner.”

She said, “together with our friends and allies around the world, we will continue to champion freedom, sovereignty and democracy. And together we can define this new era as one of hope and progress.”

“The resolute international response to Ukraine has shown how we can deliver decisive collective action,” Prime Minister Truss said, adding that “the response has been built on partnerships and alliances and also on being prepared to use new instruments, unprecedented sanctions, diplomatic action, and rapid military support.”

At a crucial moment in the conflict in Ukraine, the British Prime Minister pledged that the UK “will sustain or increase our military support to Ukraine for as long as it takes.”

She added, “new UK weapons are arriving in Ukraine as I speak, including more MLS rockets. We will not rest until Ukraine prevails.”

On economy, the British Prime Minister said, “the G7 and our likeminded partners should act as an economic NATO, collectively defending our prosperity. If the economy of a partner is being targeted by an aggressive regime, we should act to support them, all for one or one for all.”

She also said, “we won't be strategically dependent on those who seek to weaponize the global economy. Instead, we're reforming our economy to get Britain moving. And we want to work with our allies, so we can all move forward together.”

The British Prime Minister reiterated, “the free world needs this economic strength and resilience to push back against authoritarian aggression, and win this new era of strategic competition.”
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