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NATO and G-7 summits: Joe Biden is already warning Europeans

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Joe Biden wants to go to Europe for three days and demonstrate the unity of the West against Putin’s war in Ukraine. What news might be in the US president’s luggage – and what he has already warned.

ASo back to Europe. Joe Biden really wanted to focus on Asia as president and carry out domestic political reforms. But Vladimir Putin has thwarted the plans of the most powerful man in the world. Biden’s third foreign trip will take him to Europe. Brussels is on the Thursday agenda; Warsaw after Friday.

Russia’s war against Ukraine unites the West to three arbitrary summits on Thursday: first NATO nations meet, then – under the German president – the G7, then the Council of European States and Heads of Government. Biden will speak on all three dates and then hold a press conference at NATO headquarters.

He is scheduled to meet with Polish President Andrzej Duda in Warsaw on Saturday. The White House spontaneously arranged the trip to Poland. Washington has dismissed speculation that Biden will travel to Ukraine. Such a journey is considered very dangerous.

Biden wants to maintain Western unity

But what would Python’s messages be from all the codes? At least since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Biden has been the leader of the West. Rarely does the United States coordinate with allies and allies as it does now. Conclusion: A united response to Putin’s war of aggression. Biden’s primary goal is to maintain that unity. “We stand together against Putin’s brutal and inhumane war” – Biden could probably say something like this or something. Hopes for an early end to the war? Rather not.

A visit to Poland helps to reduce differences within Western countries. The Poles want even stronger action against Russia and have already provided Ukraine with Soviet-designed warplanes. But Biden blocked this to avoid the risk of a direct confrontation between NATO and Russia. In Warsaw, Biden is likely to demonstrate fundamental similarity despite this dispute. In addition, he will emphasize the enormous burden on Poland in taking refugees.

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In recent days, Biden has branded Putin a “war criminal” and a “murderous dictator.” But beyond this rhetoric: is the US president accommodating Poland, the Baltics and above all Ukraine? It is not possible for Biden to agree to non-flying area or combat jet deliveries. In both operations he sees the danger of World War III. On Thursday, Biden sought to tighten sanctions against Europeans in Brussels. Jake Sullivan, his national security adviser, says there will be “another embargo” against Russia. The European Union and the United States want to announce new sanctions against the 328 members of the Russian Duma and other representatives of the Russian elite. The Wall Street Journal reports.

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Republicans want flights to Ukraine

If there is a way to the United States, all Western nations should avoid importing Russian energy. Washington has been doing this for a long time. But Berlin, for example, opposes this. Biden has so far withdrawn public appeals to Germany and other partners. Should the US President create pressure here now? With the start of the second month of the war and the escalation of attacks on civilians, funding Putin’s war chest is becoming a moral pledge to the West.

“We have to provide what Ukraine needs.”

The first public debate on the German bandwagon, obscured by the war in Ukraine, took place today under the auspices of the Traffic Lights Coalition. Michael Roth (SPD), chairman of Puntestock’s foreign affairs committee, praised the party’s willingness and unity in the distribution of aid.

Biden and his colleagues want to announce the “next stage” of military support for Ukraine, Sullivan said. It is possible that the United States will continue to strengthen the eastern part of NATO. Biden has always insisted that the United States “protect every inch of NATO.” He also rejected sending American troops to Ukraine. Biden does not want his own war against nuclear Russia. In addition, Americans are tired of such commitments far from their homeland. At the same time, Republicans are demanding that Biden provide flights to Ukraine.

Because he does not want to talk about NATO events, Biden and his colleagues will be asked in the future: How will NATO act if Putin uses biological or chemical weapons in Ukraine? Biden was tight on Wednesday morning. When asked by a reporter how big the threat of using chemical weapons was, Biden responded in the White House park: “I think this is a real threat.”

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From left: Angela Merkel (CDU), Olaf Scholes (SPD), Andriy Melnyk and Volodymyr Selenskyj

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