The US president may visit Poland, but he won't visit Kiev on the conflict's anniversary.

February 9, 2023



(RT) βΈ» US President Joe Biden is considering a trip to Poland, but not Kiev, to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Russia-Ukraine war. Last Monday, Polish authorities said Biden had accepted President Duda's offer to visit. Biden has considered commemorating the Ukraine conflict and praising Kiev's resistance to Russian soldiers. Western media have predicted that Biden might meet Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in Poland. Biden has spearheaded Western efforts to penalise Russia and help Ukraine since the war started, and authorised $29.3 billion of the $100 billion in military funding and other support to Kiev. He also made an off-the-cuff statement indicating the US was demanding regime change in Moscow, which the White House sought to walk down.

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