Ukraine Will Never Be A Victory For Russia – Joe Biden
United States of America President, Joe Biden has said Ukraine will never be a victory for Russia.
President Joe Biden stated this in numbers of tweets when he visited Poland to strengthen relations with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO following the special military operations or war declared on Ukraine by President Vladimir Putin of Russia since February 24, 2022.
Joe Biden said a dictator bent on rebuilding an empire will never erase a people’s love for liberty.
“Ukraine will never be a victory for Russia.
“A dictator bent on rebuilding an empire will never erase a people’s love for liberty.
I went to Europe with a clear message: We must commit now to be in the fight for democracy for the long haul. We stand with the people of Ukraine and we will continue to ensure Russia pays a severe price for its war of choice.
“Brutality will never grind down their will to be free”, President Joe Biden said.
President Joe Biden also added that the war has strengthened Ukrainians resolve and makes NATO member countries to be more united.
“Rather than breaking Ukrainian resolve, Russia’s brutal tactics have only strengthened it.
“Rather than driving NATO apart, the West is now stronger and more united than it has ever been.
“Let there be no doubt that this war has already been a strategic failure for Russia”, said Joe Biden.
“Putin thought Ukrainians would roll over and not fight. Instead, Russian forces have met their match with brave and stiff Ukrainian resistance.
“The brave Ukrainian people are showing that the power of many is greater than the will of any one dictator.
“Let us resolve to put the strengths of democracy into action to thwart the designs of autocracy”, Joe Biden added.
President Joe Biden said helping Ukrainian refugees is not something Poland or any nation should carry alone.
Joe Biden statement reads thus:
In times of crisis, we often see the best in humanity. I want to thank my friend Chef José Andrés, his team at World Central Kitchen, and everyone on the ground for all they’re doing to support Ukrainian refugees.
Helping Ukrainian refugees is not something Poland or any nation should carry alone.
All the world’s democracies have a responsibility to help. And the people of Ukraine can count on the United States to meet its responsibility.
We will welcome 100,000 Ukrainian refugees.