Washington, 21 March 2022 (TDI): In her statement today, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that the president of the United States of America, Joe Biden, is traveling to Poland following his meetings with Brussels, Belgium with the NATO allies, G7  Leaders and European Union Leaders.

This visit has been announced amidst the War in Urkraine as termed as “military operations” by Russian Forces and President Veladimir Putin.

On Friday, March 25th, President Biden will be meeting the President Andrzei Duda, President of Poland. Accordingt to the statement, President Biden will discuss how the United States will respond together with allies on the rising humanitarian crisis as a result of the war in Ukraine.

White House Spokesperson later tweeted about the announcement where she mentioned about the President Biden’s aim to rally support from the Allies about the ongoing Ukraine Crisis.

NATO Summit

The Special Summit of NATO is scheduled to be held in  Brussels on 24th March. Secretary-General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg announced on March 15 about the meeting for collective understanding on Ukraine issue.

The Summit offers a chance for President Biden to travel to Europe and take part in the European Council meeting and the NATO summit where all the world leaders will gather to ponder the issue of the Ukraine-Russia conflict and on how to put an end to this war.

Before this trip, according to the White House, President Joe Biden is expected to communicate with French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. This communication is based on the aim to discuss the ongoing war in Ukraine.

The NATO summit was announced two weeks prior and since then all the officials of Europe, Asia, and the West are drafting the thoughts and announcements that world leaders will make after the conclusion of the event.

It is anticipated that this meeting will cause more severe and harsh fiscal sanctions for Russia and its associated business, companies, and officials. It will also discuss alternatives for Russian oil and energy. More financial and martial support will be given to Ukraine so that the state is able to hold its defense.

Ukraine’s President 

The President of Ukraine has asked the NATO members to create a no-fly zone and provide fighter jets to them. However, Pentagon and the NATO allies have declined this demand.  The Europeans and The United States don’t want to be involved in this war and neither one wishes to have a military confrontation with Russia.

This Sunday both leaders of Ukraine and Russia have agreed for table talks ad negotiations, but Moscow has warned that meeting no demand would lead to a third world war.