Joe Biden is in Poland this Friday, March 25, where he meets his counterpart as well as American soldiers.
The American president landed at the beginning of the afternoon in Rzeeszow in Poland, about a hundred kilometers from the Ukrainian border.
He meets American soldiers stationed in the city, before reaching Warsaw to meet with the Polish leaders. “You are here to defend democracy against autocracy,” he said before adding: “You are the first line of defense for the free world. Democracy must prevail.”
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He will then go to a reception center for Ukrainian refugees.
This visit comes as the Russian army admits the death of 1,351 of its soldiers since the start of their military offensive.
On board Air Force One, US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan assured that the United States has no intention of using chemical weapons under any circumstances.
Joe Biden had promised the day before all the same “a response”, but remaining evasive on the nature of the response.