President Biden delivered on Tuesday a wide-ranging speech in Warsaw forward of the Feb. 24 anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He started with a declaration of assist for Ukraine: “Kyiv stands sturdy.”
“Autocrats solely perceive one phrase: no,” Biden mentioned. He used the speech to accuse Russia of crimes in opposition to humanity, similar to “concentrating on civilians with dying,” utilizing rape as “a weapon of conflict,” stealing Ukrainian kids, and concentrating on prepare stations, maternity wards, hospitals, colleges and orphanages. His deal with echoed a speech delivered by Vice President Harris on the Munich Safety Convention final week.