Biden also described Putin as a “war criminal” amid the devastating effects of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on civilians. “These are exaggerations,” Biden said, referring to the destruction of Ukraine by Russia.
Russia responds to war crimes statement
The Kremlin, the Russian government’s headquarters in Moscow, has called Biden’s war crimes remarks “unforgivable.” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in a statement that Russia’s state-run news agency Tass had “considered unacceptable and unforgivable the remarks made by a head of state whose bomb had killed thousands of people around the world.”
Biden says Putin’s economy is being crippled
President Biden says the United States, its allies and allies are crippling Putin’s economy by imposing sanctions. These restrictions will be tightened. Earlier, Biden announced an additional 800 million in aid to Ukraine. The United States has also announced বিল 1 billion in aid to Ukraine in less than a week. The new security package for Ukraine includes 800 anti-aircraft systems.