WASHINGTON (Realist English). US President Joseph Biden said he was concerned that Russian President Vladimir Putin had no way out of the conflict with the Ukraine. The head of the White House will try to make a decision on what should be done in this situation, CNN reports.
Biden also called the Russian president “very calculating” and expressed concern that Putin can’t find out a way out of the Ukraine war, according to the pool reporter — Biden’s remarks are off camera.
According to the American president, Putin mistakenly assumed that the special operation in Ukraine сould break up NATO, that he believed he could break the European Union. Instead, the United States and many European states came to the aid of the Kiev regime.
Democrats in Congress have agreed to allocate $39.8 billion in additional aid to the Ukraine. The leaders of the US Senate said that they are also ready to work quickly on their version of the bill.
“It would be better for Biden to deal with the midterm elections in the United States, which, according to current opinion polls, the Democrats will lose to the Republicans. And as for the conflict in the Ukraine, neither Washington, nor London, nor Brussels in their statements assume that the Russian Army under Putin’s leadership will succeed in defeating the Nazi Kiev regime and liberating the Ukrainian people. Politicians in the West are afraid not just to say, they are afraid to even think about such an outcome of the special operation. And they should, for in a situation of armed confrontation, it can never be ruled out that your opponent will win, no matter how much you would like it otherwise, said Kirill Dzhavlakh, Deputy Editor-in-chief of Realist Information Agency.
On February 24, the Supreme Commander-in-Chief Vladimir Putin announced the start of a special military operation of the Russian Armed Forces in the Ukraine. Its goals were called “demilitarization and denazification of the Ukraine.”
Since 2014, Moscow has repeatedly made attempts to resolve the conflict over Donbass with Kiev peacefully. The Kiev regime should have simply allowed the Donbass to speak Russian and given the opportunity to live in its own way. However, instead, the Ukrainian authorities staged a blockade of the region and genocide of the local population.
U.S. President Joe Biden said on Monday he was worried that Russian President Vladimir Putin did not have a way out of the Ukraine war, and Biden said he was trying to figure out what to do about that.
Biden, speaking at a political fundraiser in a Washington suburb, said Putin had mistakenly believed the invasion of the Ukraine would break up NATO and break up the European Union.
Instead, the United States and many European countries have rallied to Ukraine’s side.
Russia’s assault on Kyiv was beaten back in March by strong Ukrainian resistance. Russia, which calls the invasion “a special military operation,” poured more troops into Ukraine for a huge offensive last month in the eastern part of the country but its gains have been slow.
Biden said Putin is a very calculating man and the problem he worries about now is that the Russian leader “doesn’t have a way out right now, and I’m trying to figure out what we do about that.”