Russia Ukraine War: Biden asked Europe to be ready for a long fight, told Putin, do not think of entering NATO borders
During a speech in Poland, US President Joe Biden called on Europe to strengthen itself for a long fight against Russian aggression. He warned Putin not to even think about moving an inch into the NATO area.
In his speech to a large crowd in Poland, US President Joe Biden called on Europe to strengthen itself for a long fight against Russian aggression. He warned Putin not to even think about moving an inch into the NATO area. Joe Biden calls Russian President Vladimir Putin a 'butcher'. Biden also said that the Russia-Ukraine war is now in its second month. This war has united the West. Biden said that Russia is telling the world wrong about NATO. The people of Russia are not enemies to us. NATO is a defensive alliance, which never sought the dismantling of Russia.
Biden said that America's army is present in Poland for every help. America stands firmly in defense of NATO countries. He said that the world should be ready for a long battle. The countries of the world help the refugees from Ukraine at the moment. America is ready to provide all help to Ukraine.
He said that President Zelensky of Ukraine is a democratically elected President. Russia has no reason to attack. Biden also announced financial aid for Ukraine. He said that Russia was solely responsible for the barbaric attack. US President Biden said that we will continue to help Ukraine. America will always stand for the defense of Ukraine. He also said that Russia's economic situation has worsened due to sanctions. Russia has strangled democracy. Biden appealed to all countries to help Ukraine.
It is to be known that minutes before the US President's address, Russian forces launched a missile attack on the Ukrainian city of Lviv, just off the Polish border. 5 people were injured in this attack. This attack from the Russian army came at a time when Joe Biden was present in Warsaw, the capital of Poland, just a short distance from the blast site.
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Biden assures Poland of all possible help
Earlier, US President Joe Biden has met refugee Ukrainian citizens. Biden has assured all possible help to these refugees. Most 22 lakh people have come to Poland by fleeing from Ukraine. Biden also met, dined and encouraged American soldiers stationed in Poland. The US President also held a meeting with Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda in the border town of Jasjów. In the talks, along with assistance for refugees, bilateral issues were discussed. Biden assured Duda of all help in times of tension.
G7 to continue campaign against Russia
The leaders of the G7 countries have issued a joint statement expressing their resolve to continue the campaign against Russian President Putin and the Belarusian government for the attack on Ukraine. It has said that the G7 will continue efforts to undermine Russia and Belarus, together with its allies around the world.