President Joe Biden reaffirmed his support for Ukraine in a speech on Wednesday, citing the need to stand up to Russian aggression. Biden’s comments come amid growing concerns about the ties between Russia and Iran, which have been strengthening in recent months.
At the same time, Biden addressed the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He noted that “we must make it clear that Russia’s aggression will not be tolerated” and that the U.S. would continue to stand with Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression.
In addition, Biden addressed the need to make clear to China the consequences of aiding Russia. He said that China must understand that its actions have consequences and that it must be held accountable for its support of Russia.
The president also spoke at a town hall event in Poland, where he addressed the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. He urged the world to take action to end the war, saying that it “wouldn’t take so long if Biden would commit to victory.”
At the same time, Biden was able to make a safe landing in Poland, dispelling rumors that he had tripped down the stairs of the plane.
Biden’s comments come at a time when the U.S. is seeking to strengthen its ties with Ukraine and to stand up to Russian aggression. His remarks were met with applause from the audience, and it is clear that he is committed to standing with Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression.