US President Joe Biden has concluded his high-level foreign tour of Poland, where he met with Ukrainian officials and the Polish president.
Biden meets Ukrainian refugees this afternoon before the White House offers billing as a “key address.”
The US president, who held talks with Polish President Andrzej Duda, said there was peace in Europe Directly related to sustainability in the United States, The absence of some action in the two world wars “has come to hunt us down again.” Biden was also known as NATO Article 5 “A Sacred Commitment.”
Earlier, Biden had stopped inside An appointment Between Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba and Defense Minister Oleksi Resnikov and their US counterparts, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin. Resnikov said he was cautious and optimistic after the meeting.
The United States has Promised Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said there would be additional security support for Ukraine.
Pitton’s journey continues Emergency Summits In Brussels this week.
In the aftermath of those summits, Biden said he would support Russia’s expulsion from another summit, a meeting scheduled for November 20, although other members of the group have yet to sign. He issued a vague warning that the United States would respond to the use of potential chemical weapons on the battlefield.
But he maintained that direct US military intervention in Ukraine would be catastrophic, and defended the regime with sanctions that did not prevent Russian President Vladimir Putin from intensifying his offensive.
CNN’s Kevin Liptok reported on this post.