And he said Sullivan “We feel that we currently have the ability to respond to any eventuality,” noting that several reinforcements were sent in support of US bases in Europe.
US President Joe Biden confirmed that the Russian President Vladimir Putin He will not “intimidate” the United States and its allies, warning that NATO will defend “every inch” of its territory.
“America and its allies will not be intimidated, (Putin) will not intimidate us,” Biden said in an intervention at the White House. Then he addressed the Russian president, saying, “America is fully prepared, together with our NATO allies, to defend every inch of NATO territory (…) Mr. Putin, do not misunderstand what I am saying, every inch.”
The US president was speaking shortly after Putin officially signed a decision to annex four Ukrainian regions controlled by Russian forces, and then promised him to achieve “victory” from Red Square in Moscow.
Biden described Friday’s party in the Kremlin as “vulgar” and aimed at showing Putin’s strength, but in fact proved that “he is facing a difficult situation.”
Referring to new aid to Ukraine worth $12 billion, which he approved CongressBiden promised to “continue providing military equipment” to this country “so that it can defend itself.”
He also promised to send all the necessary equipment to the site of the explosions on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines “to determine what actually happened” after describing what happened as a “deliberate act of sabotage.”
“We will work with our allies to uncover everything that happened. I have started by helping our allies to strengthen the protection of these critical infrastructures,” he said.
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