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Biden affirms U.S. support for Ukraine in speech from Poland

President Biden promoted a message of freedom and democracy during a major speech Tuesday from Poland to mark the upcoming first anniversary of Russia’s war in Ukraine.

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Driving the news: The speech, delivered Tuesday in Warsaw, came a day after his surprise visit to Kyiv — a major sign of U.S. support for Ukraine.

What he’s saying: “I have just come from a visit to Kyiv and I can report that Kyiv stands strong. Kyiv stands proud. It stands tall. And most importantly, it stands free,” Biden said during the opening of his remarks.

State of play: Biden had beenexpected to address the “larger contest” between aggressors seeking to “destroy fundamental principles” and the nations seeking to uphold them, national security adviser Jake Sullivan said earlier Tuesday.

The big picture: Biden’s speech comes hours after Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered his own address, in which he raged against the West.


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