The US president wanted to reassure his allies in the east, while stressing the need to continue supporting Ukraine.
By Patrice Senegal
Correspondent in Warsaw
I amA year ago, the world was preparing for Q’s downfall. Well, I just came in and Q is standing up. The left bank of the Vistula was packed with people eager to hear US President Joe Biden speak on this chilly evening of Tuesday, February 21, the day after his surprise visit to the Ukrainian capital. The President spoke for about twenty minutes from the Kubicki Arcades adjacent to the gardens of the Royal Castle in Old Town Warsaw. A place that doesn’t come by accident: a place like much of the Polish capital that was rebuilt from the ashes of World War II. A symbol that resonates even more strongly in the distant perspective of post-war Ukraine.
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