Joe Biden will travel to Poland on Friday March 25 to discuss the international response to “the humanitarian and human rights crisis” caused by Russia’s “unjustified and unprovoked war” in Ukraine.
Joe Biden will travel to Warsaw, Poland on Friday March 25 to meet his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda, the United States announced overnight from Sunday to Monday. Discussions will focus on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ,
“The President will discuss how the United States, alongside our allies and partners, responds to the humanitarian and human rights crisis that Russia’s unwarranted and unprovoked war on Ukraine has created.” , the White House said in a statement, adding that Joe Biden’s trip would come after he visited Belgium to meet with leaders from NATO , the G7 and the European Union.
President Joe Biden will travel to Poland on Friday, a demonstration of support for the eastern flank of the NATO alliance, after a meeting of NATO leaders in Brussels on Thursday to coordinate a response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.https://t.co/hRebGBUNwL
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