Biden calls Putin a ‘butcher’, Ukraine recaptures Trostianets from Russia

US President Biden mocks Putin, says Russia has no way out of Ukraine war yet
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Calling Putin a ”butcher”, US President Joe Biden made a fiery speech in Poland’s capital Warsaw on Saturday.

Sooner, the White House cleared how Biden wasn’t calling for regime change, but only meant how Putin is not allowed to exercise power over his neighbors.

But these remarks from US President are going to put more pressure on Putin. US President Joe Biden called the conflict in Ukraine a “strategic failure” for Russia. He also reiterated that ordinary Russians were “not our enemy”. But also warned Russia not to move on an “inch” of NATO territory.

Following Biden’s comments, Kremlin dismissed the remark saying that it was up to Russians to choose their own president.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy also demanded the Western nations provide military hardware in their stock piles.

One of the major announcements saw the United States making its intention public of providing Ukraine with an additional $100 million in civilian security assistance.

On the other hand, the UK sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine only if Russia commits to a full ceasefire withdrawing its troops.

As per UNHCR, around 3,772,599 Ukrainians have fled the country since Russia’s invasion first began.

Moreover, Ukraine announced that its forces have recaptured the northeast town of Trostianets.

It was one of the first towns taken by the Russian troops during invasion.

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