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Joe Biden Is Working On This Strategy To Teach Russia A Lesson, This Will Be His Agenda On His Europe Trip

Russia Ukraine War: President Joe Biden is ready to uphold...

Russia Ukraine War: President Joe Biden is ready to uphold the Global Coalition created to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. He is going on a five-day visit to Europe in this regard, as the four-month-old Russo-Ukraine war shows no signs of ending, while the global food system and energy supply problems are getting worse.

Biden will first attend a meeting of the Group of Seven major economic powers in Germany’s Bavarian Alps and later fly to Madrid to attend a summit with leaders of 30 NATO countries. His visit is taking place as part of a global coalition to strengthen Ukraine and punish Russia for its aggression. Food and energy prices are skyrocketing because of this conflict.

Biden went to Europe in March
The Ukraine war entered a more critical phase since Biden’s visit to Europe in March, just weeks after Russia launched its first offensive. At that time he met allies in Brussels, as Ukraine was being bombed regularly. He tried to reassure Eastern European partners in Poland that they would not face Moscow incursions.

America’s allies differ on whether their goal is simply to restore peace or to force Russia to pay a deep price to prevent a repeat of the conflict.

John Kirby, a spokesman for the White House National Security Council, said, “Every country speaks for itself, every country worries about what they are prepared to do or not do.” But as far as alliance is concerned, it has never really been as strong and viable as it is today.

Zelensky will address the summits
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is set to address both summits via video. America and allies have sent billions of dollars of military aid to their country and imposed strict sanctions on Russia regarding the invasion.

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