Biden: US Has "Obligation To Do Everything We Can To Provide For The Protection Of The Entire World"

President Biden said Friday during a joint press conference with his South Korean counterpart that those countries with advanced capabilities have a requirement to help vaccinate the world. Saying he expects another billion doses to be produced by next year, Biden said that those countries "with advanced capabilities have an obligation to do everything we can to provide for the protection of the entire world." Watch above via MSNBC. <blockquote>PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: We believe that between the second half of 2021 and going in through 2022, we could produce as many as another billion doses of vaccine. Because it's not just -- and this is what I like about this president [of South Korea]. He's not just talking about it -- anymore than I'm just talking about the United States -- or just Korea. He's talking about the Indo-Pacific. He's talking about the world. We, with advanced capabilities, have an obligation to do everything we can to provide for the protection of the entire world. I know that is an awfully, awfully, awfully ambitious proposal, but I think the nations that have that capacity are going to be continuing to work toward getting that done. And so thank you. PETER DOOCY, FOX NEWS: I have one more. PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: If you are not asking me a mean one like you usually do. DOOCY: I think it's interesting. President Obama said that there is footage and records of objects in the skies, these unidentified aerial phenomena. And <A HREF="http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2021/05/19/president_obama_on_ufos_we_dont_know_exactly_what_they_are.html">he says we don't know exactly what they are</A>. What do you think that it is? PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: I would ask him again. Thank you.</blockquote>