President Biden Condemns Russian Missile Strikes in Ukraine

Staff report

WASHINGTON D.C., July 8, 2024 — President Joe Biden has strongly condemned the recent Russian missile strikes in Ukraine that resulted in the deaths of dozens of civilians and inflicted damage on Kyiv’s largest children’s hospital.

In a statement released by the White House, President Biden described the attacks as a “horrific reminder of Russia’s brutality.” The President emphasized the importance of global solidarity with Ukraine during this critical time and urged the international community not to overlook Russian aggression.

“This week, I will be welcoming President Zelenskyy and NATO leaders to Washington D.C.,” President Biden announced. “I will be meeting with President Zelenskyy to make clear our support for Ukraine is unshakeable.”

President Biden revealed that new measures would be introduced to bolster Ukraine’s air defenses, aiming to protect Ukrainian cities and civilians from further Russian missile strikes. The announcement underscores the United States’ commitment to supporting Ukraine in the face of continued aggression from Russia.

“The United States stands with the people of Ukraine,” President Biden affirmed, reiterating the unwavering support of the U.S. for the Ukrainian government and its people.

The meeting with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and NATO leaders is expected to result in significant developments in the defense strategy for Ukraine, as the country continues to endure sustained attacks from Russian forces.

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