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U.S.A. president, Joe Biden calls Putin ‘a butcher’ after assembly with refugees in Poland

U.S. president, Joe Biden calls Putin

US President, Joe Biden has labeled the Russian President Vladimir Putin a “butcher”.
His remarks came while he visited refugees from battle torn Ukraine in Warsaw, Poland on Saturday, March 26.

This comes per week after he referred to as Putin a ‘war criminal’.

Throughout the visit, Biden was requested by reporters what have been his thoughts after seeing the Ukrainian refugees at Poland whereas he has to take care of Putin daily.

Biden responded: “He is a butcher.” After initially seeking to downplay a private rivalry between himself and Putin.

In the course of the temporary question-and-answer session, Biden recounted how he had been to locations like this in his life however mentioned he’s at all times stunned by “the depth and energy of the human spirit.”

“It is unbelievable, it is unbelievable. See all these little youngsters. Simply wish to hug, simply wish to say thanks. I imply, it is, simply makes you so rattling proud,” he mentioned.

He added, “Every a type of kids stated one thing to the effect, ‘Say a prayer for my dad or my grandfather or my brother who’s again there fighting. And I keep in mind what it is like when you might have somebody in a war zone. Each morning you stand up and you surprise. You simply marvel. And also you pray you do not get that cellphone call.”

 Final week, Biden additionally referred to him as a “murderous dictator, a pure thug who’s waging an immoral battle in opposition to the folks of Ukraine.”

The US State Division on Wednesday formally declared that members of the Russian armed forces have dedicated battle crimes in Ukraine. The choice to challenge a proper accusation marked a big step by the US authorities after weeks of declining to formally say that the assaults dedicated towards civilians in Ukraine had been battle crimes.

Greater than 3.5 million refugees have now fled Ukraine, based on knowledge from the United Nations refugee agency released on Tuesday. A overwhelming majority of those refugees have fled to Ukraine’s western neighbors across Europe.

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