US President Joe Biden will use his speech in Poland next week to send a message to Vladimir Putin, clarifying that NATO will continue to support Ukraine’s war efforts “for as long as necessary”. The White House announced that Biden will depart for Warsaw on Monday for a brief visit on the eve of the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion. He will meet Polish President Andrzej Duda and members of the Bucharest Nine, as well as speak by phone with the leaders of the United Kingdom, France, and Italy.
The main public event during the visit will be the speech from the Royal Castle in Warsaw, which will focus on “how the United States has mobilized the world to support the Ukrainian people in defending their freedom and democracy,” according to spokesman John Kirby. “President Biden will make it clear that the US will remain in Ukraine… for as long as it takes.” “I suspect you’ll hear him sending messages to both Putin and the Russian people.” Kirby then clarified that Biden does not intend to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky or travel to Ukraine during the trip.
Biden announced yesterday that he would deliver a speech in the gardens of the Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland, on February 21, three days after Russia launched its war in Ukraine. The speech is scheduled to begin at 5.30 p.m. On the same day, Russian President Vladimir Putin will deliver a speech.
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