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Biden to discuss situation in Ukraine with Putin during summit

Source : 112 Ukraine

Biden warned that the U.S. together with other partners will protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine
09:45, 29 April 2021

Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin
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U.S. President Joe Biden intends to raise the issue of sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine at the summit with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin. MSNBC reported that, citing National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan.

“Joe Biden is a man of his word. He said he would respond to Russia’s harmful actions. And he did. He also said he wasn’t seeking to de-escalate, he wanted a stable relationship. He offered the opportunity to sit down with Vladimir Putin and the third country this summer to talk about a whole range of issues in our relationship, including the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine,” Sullivan said.

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He noted that he would not hypothesize what can happen if Russia attacks Ukraine. According to Sullivan, President Biden has talked to Putin and expresses his concern over the build-up of the Russian military power. The president warned that the U.S. together with other partners will protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.

On April 13, U.S. President Joe Biden called his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin. The two leaders discussed a number of regional and global issues, including the growing military presence near the border of Ukraine.

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In June, Joe Biden will come to the UK for the G7 summit; he will also visit the NATO summit in Brussels. It will be his first overseas trip at the position of the American president.  The summit will take place on June 11-13 in the UK. Besides, Biden will hold bilateral meetings with other G7 leaders, including British PM Boris Johnson.

On June 14, Biden will participate in the NATO summit in Brussels.

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