Readout of President Biden’s Call with President Zelenskyy of Ukraine

President Biden called President Zelenskyy today to underscore the United States’ commitment to continue supporting Ukraine ahead of the two year anniversary of Russia’s brutal invasion. This morning, Ukraine’s military was forced to withdraw from Avdiivka after Ukrainian soldiers had to ration ammunition due to dwindling supplies as a result of congressional inaction, resulting in Russia’s first notable…

Readout of President Biden’s Meeting with President Zelenskyy of Ukraine

President Joseph R. Biden met with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine today to underscore the strong and abiding U.S. support for Ukraine’s fight for freedom.  The leaders discussed Ukraine’s self-defense against Russian aggression, including plans for the coming year.  President Biden announced a new package of security assistance for Ukraine and reiterated the critical need…

Statement from President Joe Biden on Russian Missile Strikes in Ukraine

Russia’s missile strikes that today killed dozens of Ukrainian civilians and caused damage and casualties at Kyiv’s largest children’s hospital are a horrific reminder of Russia’s brutality. It is critical that the world continues to stand with Ukraine at this important moment and that we not ignore Russian aggression. This week, I will be welcoming President Zelenskyy and NATO leaders to…

Readout of President Biden’s Call with President Zelenskyy of Ukraine

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. spoke with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine today ahead of his remarks to the American people about our support for the people of Ukraine in the face of Russia’s invasion.  The leaders discussed Ukraine’s ongoing fight to defend its freedom and independence from Russian aggression.  President Biden underscored the continued strong…

Readout of Vice President Harris’s Meeting with President Zelenskyy of Ukraine

Vice President Kamala Harris met today with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine in Munich, Germany to discuss Ukraine’s ongoing fight against Russian aggression.  The Vice President emphasized the Administration’s continued efforts to ensure passage of the President’s national security supplemental funding bill, and reaffirmed the strong bipartisan support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in…

Readout of President Biden’s Meeting President Zelenskyy of Ukraine

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. hosted President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine at the White House today. President Biden reiterated that the United States will continue to support Ukraine’s defense against Russian aggression for as long as it takes and hold Russia accountable for human rights abuses and war crimes. The presidents and their advisors discussed Ukraine’s ongoing…

Remarks by President Biden, Prime Minister Kishida of Japan, and President Zelenskyy of Ukraine in a G7 Joint Declaration of Support for Ukraine | Vilnius, Lithuania

Lithuanian Exhibition and Congress CentreVilnius, Lithuania 4:24 P.M. EEST PRIME MINISTER KISHIDA:  (As interpreted.)  I am pleased to be able to announce the Joint Declaration on Support for Ukraine today. At the G7 Hiroshima Summit, by engaging in discussions that included a wide range of invited countries, we agreed that unilateral attempts to change the…

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