One-Year Anniversary: Joe Biden meets NATO leaders to strengthen security in Ukraine
The United States President, Joe Biden, has met with the leaders of Nine NATO Allies and the NATO Secretary General.
The meeting, according to a report, was aimed to reaffirm the United States’ unwavering support for the security of the NATO Alliance.
The meeting is coming ahead of the one-year anniversary of Russia’s unjust invasion of Ukraine.
President Biden was in Poland to send a strong message of solidarity to the Ukrainian people and reaffirm America’s unwavering support for our NATO Allies.
One year after Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine, Ukraine is still independent and free.
“The United States will continue to work with our allies and partners to stand against Russia’s aggression and provide critical support to the people of Ukraine,” White House reported.
The United States assembled a worldwide coalition of more than 50 nations to get critical weapons and supplies to Ukrainians on the front lines.
Over the past year, President Biden has rallied the world to support the people of Ukraine as they defend their freedom and democracy.
“We will stand with Ukraine for as long as it takes.”
Appreciating Biden, NATO Secretary-General, Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, said, “NATO Allies have never been more united.”
He thanked US President Joe Biden and the leaders of the B9 countries for their strong support for Ukraine and commitment to NATO collective defence.