Biden Visits Ukraine Border Friday In Show Of Solidarity |nigeria news today headlines update today

Biden Visits Ukraine Border Friday In Show Of Solidarity

Air Force One will jet into the eastern Polish city of Rzeszow — conveyance the United States of America president but eighty kilometres (50 miles) from a war-torn nation still struggling to repel a brutal Russian invasion.

The trip is meant to underscore Washington’s willingness to defend nato allies, as fears rise that the month-old war in ukraine could spill westward sparking what the United States of America president has called “World War III.”

The Kremlin’s refusal to rule out the utilization of nuclear weapons and a steady flow of Russian disinformation about chemical and biological weapons in ukraine has left Kyiv and its allies fearful of an even-more serious conflagration.

Russia is already defendant of victimisation phosphorus bombs and indiscriminate fire of civilian areas — something the u. s. has branded a crime.

Biden Visits Ukraine Border Friday In Show Of Solidarity |nigeria news today headlines update today
Biden Visits Ukraine Border Friday In Show Of Solidarity |nigeria news today headlines update today

Against that backdrop, Biden can meet members of the United States of America 82nd airborne Division, a part of NATO’s increasingly muscular deployment to its eastern flank.

At an emergency summit in Brussels on thursday nato proclaimed the deployment of any troops to Romania, Hungary, slovakia and Republic of Bulgaria, as well as bolstering chemical and nuclear defences in case Russia expands its attack on the far side country.

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In Poland, Biden also will receive a rendezvous on the dire humanitarian situation in country, that has seen quite three.5 million people pour out of the country, mostly to poland.

The un believes that more than half of Ukraine’s children have already been driven from their homes, “a grim milestone that would have lasting consequences for generations to come,” consistent with UNICEF chief Catherine Russell.

“Every day it’s 20, thirty times we head to the basement (to shelter),” said a sobbing 37-year-old Vasiliy Kravchuk in the garrison town of Zhytomyr.

“It’s difficult because my wife is pregnant, I have a little son.”

Biden’s trip comes as the West faces urgent questions on what a lot of it’ll do to help those like Kravchuk withstand the Russian onslaught.

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