WH says Biden ‘currently has no plans’ to travel to Ukraine despite Boris Johnson visit

WH says Biden 'currently has no plans' to travel to Ukraine despite Boris Johnson visit

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National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said on Sunday that President Biden has no plans to visit Ukraine despite British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s recent visit to the country.

“It was symbolic to see Prime Minister Boris Johnson walking the streets of Kyiv with President Zelensky,” NBC host Chuck Todd told Sullivan. “That begs the question: Are we going to meet President Biden in Kyiv?”

“President Biden currently has no plans to travel to Kyiv,” Sullivan replied. “But I tell you, he’s sitting in the Oval Office and in the Situation Room every single day, organizing and coordinating the world when it comes to arms deliveries,” Sullivan continued.

In this photo from Ukraine’s Presidential News Agency, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, left, and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson talk as they walk in downtown Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, April 9, 2022.
(Ukrainian Presidential Press Service via AP)

Sullivan added that Ukraine’s foreign minister said the United States was “at the center of efforts to extradite other countries and organize and coordinate the world to take actions like the one that took place last week to get Russia out of the Human Rights Council.”†

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv on Saturday, March 9, 2022.
(Source: Office of the President of Ukraine)

“So President Biden will stay focused on that and make sure that he shows his support and solidarity with the Ukrainian people through these kinds of decisive actions,” Sullivan added.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky They have been widely praised on social media for showing solidarity with Russian aggression.

A video of Johnson released by the Ukrainian Defense Ministry showed him and Zelensky walking defiantly through the streets of Kyiv, talking to local residents.


“This is what democracy looks like,” the Defense Ministry wrote on Twitter. “This is what courage looks like. This is what true friendship between peoples and nations looks like.”

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