President Biden arrives in Poland
On March 21 (Vietnam time), the White House announced that US President Joe Biden would visit Poland this week to discuss the Ukraine crisis.
Specifically, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Biden will visit Poland on March 25 and hold bilateral talks with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda.
The US President’s visit to Poland comes a day after he attended the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Conference, met with leaders of the world’s leading group of industrialized countries (G7) and European Union (EU) leaders in Brussels (Belgium).
The Russian-Ukrainian conflict will be discussed in these meetings.
According to the plan announced by the White House, on March 24, Biden will attend the NATO Summit and a G7 meeting to discuss the Ukraine crisis.
The US president will also attend a Council of Europe conference to discuss the issue, including coordinated transatlantic efforts to increase economic pressure on Russia, humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and solving crisis-related challenges.
Earlier, on March 20, Psaki said that Mr. Biden had no plans to visit Ukraine during his visit to Europe this week.
Also in a new announcement, the White House said that on March 21, the US President will host online talks with leaders of European countries such as French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to discuss joint efforts to respond to the Ukraine crisis.
The meeting is expected to take place at 11am on March 21, US time (22pm Vietnam time).
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