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Biden vows to hold Putin accountable for attack on Ukraine



US President Joe Biden has promised that Vladimir Putin will be held accountable following Russia’s recent massive bombing of several Ukrainian cities.

of US President Joe Biden condemned mass bombing on Monday Russia for some cities Ukraine made a promise to the president of Russia Vladimir Putin, He is held accountable for “atrocities” committed during the war.

“The United States strongly condemns today’s missile attacks by Russia against Ukraine, including those in Kyiv. These attacks not only destroyed non-military infrastructure, but also killed and injured civilians,” the president said in a statement. did.

Biden, who offered his condolences to the families of the victims, thought these bombings “represented once again the utter brutality of Putin’s illegal war against the Ukrainian people.”

“These attacks only reinforce our commitment to the Ukrainian people. Together with our allies, we will continue to impose a price on Russia for its aggression and condemn Putin and Russia for their atrocities and war crimes. We will hold them accountable and provide the necessary support for the Ukrainian Armed Forces to defend the country,” he said.

Similarly, Biden urged Russia to “immediately end this unjustified aggression and withdraw its troops from Ukraine.”

minute, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken Called his Ukrainian counterpart, Dimitro Kleba Express your support for him in the face of Russian aggression.

Massive Russian bombings launched Monday against Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv, have still caused an unknown number of deaths as the population sought protection in shelters.

of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky .

Russia offered bombing as a response to this weekend’s attack on the bridge Crimeaties this peninsula to its territory and holds the Kremlin accountable to Ukrainian secret services.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has threatened to launch more such attacks if Ukraine carries out large-scale “terrorist attacks” against Russia.

Source: Biobiochile

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