In his remarks on Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified attack on Ukraine, President Biden said he has no plans to speak with President Putin.
He said the conflict has already spiraled into a larger conflict.
The President said, “It’s a large conflict already. The way we’re going to assure it’s not going to spiral to a larger conflict is by providing all the forces needed in the Eastern European nations that are members of NATO. NATO is more united than it’s ever been.”
He said, “I have no plans to talk with Putin.”
The President said the attack by Vladimir Putin was a premeditated one.
“Vladimir Putin has been planning this for months, as I’ve been — as we’ve been saying all along.
He moved more than 175,000 troops military equipment into positions along the Ukrainian border,” he said.
“He moved blood supplies into position and built a field hospital, which tells you all you need to know about his intentions all along,” he continued.
Mr. Biden said President Putin failed to negotiate in good faith and was absorbed by his self-interest.
“He rejected every good-faith effort the United States and our Allies and partners made to address our mutual security concerns through dialogue to avoid needless conflict and avert human suffering,” said Biden.
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