President Biden arrived in Warsaw, Poland in a bid to consolidate USA’s relationship with her Western NATO allies on their shared commitment to the ongoing crisis in Eastern Europe.
A visit by the US President to Warsaw was a historic visit at this time of upheaval and difficulties between superpowers countries of the world, President Biden spoke in public in Poland with over two million people there to witness the USA’s commitment to the crisis and possible way to look for a solution, among those present were the Ukrainian refugee who took refuge in Poland.
President Biden’s speech has sparked a reaction in global politics, as to the allegiances shared between NATO countries, and the rest of the world. Taking a deep insight into the speech, analyses were made on the breakdown of the USA’s first citizen in Poland.
Allegiances between NATO and Ukraine
While the President was addressing his speech, he made a commitment to solidarity with the Ukrainian people by reiterating “We stand with you Ukrainians,” a word which had continuously been in use since the war outbreak, in a bid to showered continuous support for Ukraine against the Russians.
President Biden made his intentions known on the unwavering support of NATO to Ukraine
Addressing the large crowd holding the country flag of the US, Poland, and Ukraine, President asserts that the West will continue to maintain and stand in unity against external influences because of the high intensity of the threat to global peace.
“The battle for democracy did not end with the cold war,” said President Biden, and that the world will continue to antagonize any form of autocratic regime which had spurred up in years.
Reacting to President Biden’s speech, a Ukrainian who had been living in Poland, deduced the speech as empty without any actions, from him, the West is only good at making promises without fulfillment.
President Biden on Putin
The most remarkable speech of the US President was the direct effrontery of calling for an end to the fast-growing power of President Putin where he said ” for God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power”.
This word to many is seen by many as a call to an end to Putin’s rule in Russia.
While making the speech, the US President was fiery, as he looks to call the Russians to oust the long rule of President Putin in Moscow whom he had initially called a butcher.
Addressing the speech, a White House representative reiterated that, the President didn’t call for a coup against Putin but rather invoked that, an end must be brought to Putin’s attempt to spread his wing of influence to any other countries by force or military imposition.
Replying to Biden’s speech by the Kremlin spokesman, said, it’s not for President Biden to decide the fate of President Putin as he was a duly elected president of the Republic of Russia.
While the West had continued to put pressure on the rising power of Putin, as they termed the fight against Putin a “new battle for freedom and liberation.”
The quest for Putin’s hunt for absolute power will not be tolerated as it means a direct challenge to European peace that has largely prevailed since the second World War.
According to President Biden, “The West is now stronger, more united than it has ever been” as the fight will be a continuous one that can never end anytime soon.
With the conflict ongoing, Moscow had announced the end of the first phase of the “operation denazification” and will be hoping to start the second phase of his military operation.