Almost a year after Joe Biden first Presidential visit to Poland and Warsaw, US President is officially expected in the next few weeks in Poland. No details of the schedule, if he will visit Warsaw, but this official visit will be a follow-up of the war in Ukrainian, and support to Poland.
On March 24th, 2022, U.S. President Joe Biden visited Warsaw at the invitation of Polish President Andrzej Duda. He arrived at Warsaw Chopin Airport with the ‘Beast’ and went to the Marriott Hotel in the City Center. On March 25th, he met with President Duda and Prime Minister Morawiecki and visited the National Stadium, where thousands of Ukrainian refugees were queuing to receive a PESEL. During this visit he called Vladimir Putin as a “Butcher”.
Joe Biden also made an announcement at the Royal Castle of Warsaw, where he announced the admission of thousands of Ukrainian refugees to the U.S. He described Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “dictator”, and expressed his support for the ongoing struggle in Ukraine. He concluded his speech with a message of hope, quoting John Paul II: “Don’t be afraid”. He urged for Putin to be removed from power, for the sake of God and the people of Russia, Ukraine, and Europe.
This official visit from U.S. President Joe Biden to Poland was a follow-up to the war in Ukraine, and a show of support for the people of Poland.