US President Joe Biden said his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, hoped the West would be “divided” as the Russian invasion of Ukraine continued. But Biden praised the allies who remained united with the Kremlin during the four months of the war, imposing sanctions on Russia and sending weapons. in Ukraine.
Welcoming German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Sunday, Biden praised his counterpart for helping to maintain pressure on Russia, a central message in Biden’s five-day visit to meet top allies. in Germany and Spain.
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As Biden said, “We need to be together, because Putin has counted from the start that NATO and the G7 would in somehow separated… but we didn’t and we won’t. ”“ We can’t let this aggression take the form it takes and get away with it, ”Biden added.
Schulz, which hosts the annual G7 summit in the Bavarian Alps, greeted Biden on a balcony overlooking what the US leader described as a “fantastic” view of lush green and towering peaks. Biden credited Schulz for helping lead Europeans against Russia, saying his harsh response “has had a huge impact on the rest of Europe to take action.”
Sunday in Germany, Biden considered the recent Russian attacks “barbarians” in a Kiev neighborhood near an arms factory that had previously been targeted in recent weeks. “It is also their barbarism,” she said, referring to the Russians.
Schulz was targeted in home to accusations of hesitation over the type of weapons Europe’s richest country should send to Kiev in its fight against Russian forces in eastern Ukraine. “It’s a strong message that we’ve all managed to stick together, which Putin never expected,” Schulz said.
In this context, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called on the leaders of the Group of Seven Major Countries to take immediate decisions to impose more sanctions on Russia. He also called on the countries of the group to speed up the delivery of heavy weapons to the Ukrainian army.
Johnson warns Macron
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday set in guard French President Emmanuel Macron against “any attempt” to reach a “negotiated solution” now in Ukraine which would prolong “global instability”, as announced by the British government.
The government spokesman said the two leaders agreed, during a meeting on the sidelines of the Group of Seven summit in Germany, that the present moment is “a delicate moment in the development of the conflict and that it is possible to reverse the war.”
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