Biden’s shocking disclosure about Ukraine
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US President Joe Biden has made a shocking revelation. He said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky did not want to hear before Russia attacked that Moscow was preparing to attack.
- US President Joe Biden (Joe Biden) has made a shocking disclosure on Friday. He has said that Ukraine did not want to take the information of the US intelligence agency regarding the Russian invasion. He said that the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky (Volodymyr Zelensky) did not want to hear before the Russian attack that Moscow was preparing to attack. The US President said that nothing like this had happened since the Second World War. I know a lot of people thought I was probably exaggerating. But I knew we had the data to say that Russian President Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin) were about to go out of bounds. Let’s take a look at 10 big updates related to this…
- US President Joe Biden made this sensational disclosure on Friday at a Democratic fundraiser in Washington amid the Ukraine-Russia war. He said Western countries had repeatedly expressed concerns about military build-up along the Ukraine border before the February 24 Moscow attack. Putin was urged to de-escalate tensions. But he launched a shocking attack, which shocked the world.
- US President Joe Biden said that Putin considers Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, the most important. Biden accused the Russian leader of trying to destroy Ukraine’s culture, not just the nation.
- Even though the Kremlin failed to capture the capital city, it has intensified attacks in the eastern parts of Ukraine in the past few weeks. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dimitro Kuleba wrote on Twitter that he and Britain’s Defense Secretary Liz Truss, during a telephone conversation on Friday, strongly condemned the ostentatious trial against prisoners of war in Russian-occupied Donetsk.
- The Ukraine war in three months has not only damaged many of the country’s major cities, but has also increased fuel costs and prices of essential commodities. Earlier on Friday, Kyiv expressed concern that the West could lose interest if the conflict continued. It said that people’s fatigue is increasing and they want some kind of result for themselves.
- Ukraine’s presidential adviser Mikhailo Podoliak has said that 100 to 200 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed every day in Russian attacks and that a better retaliatory action against Russia will be possible only after getting state-of-the-art weapons from Western countries. He said that with Ukraine having weapons, the casualties would be less and Russia would also be forced to come to the negotiating table.
- Podoliak said in an interview to the BBC that 100 to 200 Ukrainian soldiers were killed every day in the war due to a huge logistical gap between the two armies. Recently, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that 100 soldiers died every day. Podoliak said the number of casualties continued to rise.
- After relentless attacks on Kyiv in the early days, Russia’s focus is now on controlling coal mines and factories in the industrial Donbass region. However, due to resistance, the advance of Russian troops has slowed down. Podoliak said that in the face of the loss, Western countries should supply more weapons, which would be of great help to Ukrainian soldiers in dealing with better equipped Russian troops.
- The fierce fighting in Donbass continued on Friday as well. The governor of Luhansk said that the Ukrainian army is fighting for every street and house. Sivirodonetsk in Luhansk is the only area that Russia has not been able to capture so far. Luhansk Governor Serhi Haidai said Ukrainian troops remained in control of the industrial area and fighting was taking place elsewhere.
- The UK government in London has said that Russia should take responsibility for a false trial against two British men and a Moroccan national who were sentenced to death for fighting against Russian forces in Ukraine. Britain’s Aiden Aslin and Sean Piner and Morocco’s Brahim Sadoun were convicted by a court run by a pro-Moscow separatist administration in the Donetsk People’s Republic. Britain has not said whether talks will be held with Russian officials about this.
- Ukraine’s President Zelensky has urged his country to be given membership of the European Union (EU). Zelensky said in his video address at the Copenhagen Democracy Conference on Friday that the EU should move swiftly towards granting candidate status to Ukraine. He said that the European Union should show that what it said that the people of Ukraine are part of the European family is not false.
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