Biden says Putin “can’t stay in energy” throughout speech in Poland

President Joe Biden on Saturday referred to as Russian President Vladimir Putin a tyrant and dictator who “can’t stay in energy.” 

In a speech in Warsaw, Poland, he condemned Putin’s warfare in Ukraine, whereas sympathizing with the Ukrainian individuals who have had their homeland destroyed by Russian forces, in addition to the Russian individuals who have been “lower off from the remainder of the world.”

Mr. Biden spoke of Putin’s assault on Ukraine, drawing comparisons to World Conflict II and the period of the Soviet Union. “However the battle for democracy couldn’t and didn’t conclude with the top of the Chilly Conflict,” he stated. 

He stated Russia has “strangled democracy” each in Ukraine and at residence. Mr. Biden accused Putin of utilizing “disinformation” and “brute drive” in Russia to squash resistance to the warfare and to chop the Russian folks off from the remainder of the world, and the reality. 

Talking on to the Russian folks, whom he stated are usually not the enemy, Mr. Biden stated: “I’m telling you the reality: this warfare is just not worthy of you, the Russian folks.” 

In the meantime, he applauded the Ukrainian folks for standing as much as Russian forces, and sympathized with Ukrainian refugees. Earlier on Saturday, Mr. Biden met with refugees in Poland. He stated one little lady requested him whether or not she would see her brother and pop, who had been nonetheless in Ukraine, once more.

Throughout his speech, Mr. Biden pledged that america would proceed to produce weapons and tools to Ukrainian forces, whereas accepting Ukrainian refugees and supporting them as soon as they arrive within the U.S. His message to the Ukrainian folks was quick and clear: “We stand with you, interval.”

Mr. Biden stated “this warfare has already been a strategic failure for Russia” due to the Ukrainian folks’s resolve for democracy and freedom, and the democracies of the world remaining united.

“The gravity of the menace is why the response from the West has been so swift, so highly effective and so united,” Mr. Biden stated, talking of the sanctions the U.S. and its allies have imposed on Russian oligarchs.

Mr. Biden stated Russia’s warfare has made a number of issues clear: European dependence on Russian fossil fuels and corruption within the Kremlin should finish, and the West has to stay united. “We should commit now to be on this combat for the lengthy haul,” he stated.

Earlier Saturday, Mr. Biden met with Polish President Andrzej Sebastian Duda. He thanked the Polish president for accepting Ukrainian refugees, and pledged to proceed to help humanitarian efforts. The 2 additionally mentioned their coordinated protection efforts, lowering Europe’s reliance on Russian vitality, and their local weather targets.

Mr. Biden additionally visited the PGE Narodowy Stadium, the place he spoke with many Ukrainian refugees and volunteers. He advised reporters that seeing the humanitarian disaster firsthand made him consider Russian President Vladimir Putin as “a butcher.” 

He additionally referred to as the Ukrainian folks “wonderful.”

Saturday is the ultimate day of the president’s whirlwind journey to Belgium and Poland, which started with conferences of the G7 and NATO. In Brussels, NATO leaders agreed so as to add 4 battle teams alongside the Japanese Flank, and Mr. Biden introduced an extra $1 billion in army support to Ukraine. The U.S. can be accepting up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees

On Friday, Mr. Biden visited troops within the 82nd Airborne Division primarily based in Poland, not removed from the Ukrainian border, recognizing them for stepping up and volunteering to serve the nation and the world. The president advised the troops that their mission was pressing and consequential, that they had been “within the midst of a combat between democracies and oligarchs.” 

“Who’s going to prevail,” he requested. “Are democracies going to prevail … and the values we share? Or are autocracies going to prevail? And that is actually what’s at stake.”


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