“The president will address how United States responds together with our allies and partners to the humanitarian and human rights crisis that has been created by Russia’s unjustified and unprovoked war against Ukraine” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement.

The visit to Poland It will come after a stopover in Belgium to meet leaders of NATO, the G7 and the European Union (EU).

“The trip will focus on continuing to rally the world to support the Ukrainian people and against the invasion of Ukraine by President (Vladimir) Putin. Psaki added.

“But there are no plans to travel to Ukraine”, he clarified.

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Mora wiecki traveled last week with his Czech and Slovenian counterparts to kyiv, the besieged Ukrainian capital, to reaffirm the “unequivocal support” of the EU.

US Vice President Kamala Harris also met with Duda in Warsaw earlier this month and they both condemned the US military action. Russia especially against civilians.

That meeting came shortly after Washington rejected a Polish offer to send MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine via a US air base, saying this raised “serious concerns” for all of NATO.

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