Biden Plans On Taking A Trip To Poland To Meet With President

President Joe Biden will travel to Poland, where he will speak with Polish President Andrzej Duda about the war in Ukraine, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement Sunday.

Biden will be making a stop in Poland as part of a larger European trip this week, following his meetings with NATO allies, G7 leaders and E.U. leaders in Brussels, Belgium.

Biden will meet with the Polish President on Friday in Warsaw, Poland, approximately 170 miles from Ukraine’s border.

“The President will discuss how the United States, alongside our Allies and partners, is responding to the humanitarian and human rights crisis that Russia’s unjustified and unprovoked war on Ukraine has created,” Psaki said.

Warsaw’s mayor has warned that the city has nearly reached capacity in the number of refugees it can support.

“In 2015, we had 300,000-400,000 people coming into Europe every month. We just had 300,000 people come into Warsaw in three weeks,” Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski said. “We want to take everyone who needs help, but how many kids can we take into schools? How can we do everything we can so the health system doesn’t break down in our city?”

Vice President Kamala Harris met with Duda in Warsaw on March 10, where she thanked Poland for taking in over 2 million Ukrainian refugees.

Harris laughed inappropriately and looked at Duda when she was asked what the U.S. will do about Ukrainian refugees at a press conference.

“A friend in need is a friend indeed,” Harris said, before bursting out in laughter.

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