USA President , Joe Bidenclassify his Russian counterpart Russian President Vladimir Putin From “Butcher”, during a meeting with Ukrainian refugees in Warsaw.
Asked what he thought of Putin after speaking with refugees, Biden replied:He’s a butcher“.
The president started his visit to the refugees after he confirmed it His commitment to defend Poland and other NATO member states is “sacred.”and that the stability of Europecritical importancefor the United States.
During a meeting in Warsaw, the President of Poland, Andre DudaTell Biden that the Poles haveAn overwhelming feeling of being threatenedFearing that Russia would attack its territory after invading Ukraine.
Biden responded that he considered his commitment to Article 5 of the NATO treaty, which would compel the United States to intervene in the event Russia attacked Poland or another NATO member state, as “sacred.”.
“We consider Article 5 a sacred obligation and a sacred obligation. They can count on that. Your freedom is ours‘ Biden assured Duda.
The Americans considered it necessary for NATO to remain.Absolutely, completely and completely united, without separation in their views“, act”in unison“.
He believed that this has been achieved since Russia invaded Ukraine a month ago, and that the Russian President, Russian President Vladimir PutinIt did not achieve its goal of “separating the eastern flank” of NATO from the western side.
“Stability in Europe is of critical importance to the United StatesBiden confirmed.
He added that the most important thing that unites the United States and its European allies is “Freedom“, including”Freedom of the press, ensuring the right of people to vote“.
The President met Duda after meeting in a hotel in Warsaw with Ukrainian Foreign and Defense Ministers Dmytro Kuleba and Alexei Reznikov; Along with the US Secretaries of State and Defense, Anthony Blinken and Lloyd Austin.
was the meeting Biden’s first meeting with a Ukrainian official since the beginning of the Russian invasionAnd they talked about itOn future efforts to help Ukraine defend its territory‘, according to the White House.
Following the meeting, the Ukrainian Defense Minister expressed “cautious optimism” about the future of US aid to Ukraine, and confirmed in a tweet that Biden told him: “Ukraine has inspired the whole world.”