Wednesday, June 19, 2024
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“You will never stand alone,” Mr Biden told Mr Zelensky as he visited the White House on his first overseas trip since the Russian invasion began. As Ukraine’s most important ally, the US has already committed $50bn (£41bn) of humanitarian, financial and security assistance – far more than any other country. Mr Zelensky expressed his gratitude for Washington’s backing. At Wednesday’s joint news conference, Mr Biden told reporters he was “not at all worried” about holding the international coalition together.

The US president said he felt “very good” about the solidarity of support for Ukraine amid concerns that some allies may be feeling the strain of the conflict’s cost and disruption to global food and energy supplies. Mr Biden said Russian President Vladimir Putin had “no intention of stopping this cruel war”.


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