Biden decided to extend the state of emergency imposed after the September 11 attacks

The state of emergency declared by the U.S. authorities in 2001 after the September 11 terrorist attacks is being extended for another year, U.S. President Joe Biden said.

The proclamation expires automatically if the leader of the country does not cancel it 90 days before the anniversary of the adoption of the document.

“I have sent a notification to the Federal Register stating that the state of emergency declared in Proclamation 7463 due to the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001, will be in effect for another year,” Biden said, his words are quoted in a message on the White House website.

According to the American leader, the terrorist threat is still relevant because of which a state of emergency was introduced in the United States 20 years ago.

Initially, the state of emergency was declared on September 14, 2001, by the then U.S. President George W. Bush after the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. More than three thousand people were considered dead. This document does not state specific actions of the authorities, but it is crucial for taking appropriate measures to respond to terrorist threats.

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