As Russia stepped up its offensive in Ukraine, President Joe Biden slammed Vladimir Putin during his State of the Union address on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Joe Biden forcibly attacked Vladimir Putin, a “dictator” who was “more isolated than ever,” as Moscow intensified its offensive in Ukraine, attacking Kiev and the larger city of Kharkiv.
The Russian president said during his first State of the Union address in Washington that the West and NATO would not respond to the invasion of Ukraine, which began on February 24. But “Putin made a mistake,” he hammered out, calling on the US Congress to cheer in support of the “Ukrainian people” who are “not afraid of anything”.
“Putin is now isolated from the rest of the world,” he said, adding that in the war against “authoritarianism”, “democracies are at a crossroads” and listed unprecedented sanctions on Russia.
Closed American airspace
But he warned the Kremlin Master, the 46th president in American history, that “if dictators do not pay the price for their aggression, they are still causing chaos.” The White House’s tenant threatened to seize their “boats, luxury apartments and jets” from Russian oligarchs.
“At the time of writing, Putin’s war on Ukraine has weakened Russia and made the rest of the world stronger,” the Democrat leader predicted. In fact, international pressure on Moscow continues to grow. Joe Biden announced that he would ban US airspace on “all Russian flights”, as the EU did.
Twenty-seven EU states have given the green light to exclude “some Russian banks” from the Swift Press, a major player in the International Monetary Fund, and to ban the distribution of media by state Russians RT and Sputnik. .
Sberbank, Europe’s largest subsidiary of the largest Russian bank Sberbank, is heading for bankruptcy on Tuesday as a result of historic sanctions that threaten to further tighten G7 countries. The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the highest body of the United Nations (ICJ), which was seized by the Ukrainian government for plotting the Moscow genocide, announced hearings on March 7 and 8.
Kharkiv threw the bomb
On the seventh day of the Russian invasion, the Ukrainian army announced that Russian air forces had landed overnight in the second city of the country, Kharkiv, from Tuesday to Wednesday. Fighting has been reported in the city of 1.4 million people near the Russian border, which was targeted by bombings on Tuesday, which partially destroyed the headquarters of the regional administration, according to the governor, and at least ten people were killed.
Eight more people were killed when the apartment building collided. In Kiev, five people were killed when a television tower was targeted in the afternoon. But most Ukrainian channels quickly began broadcasting. The Russian military has called for the evacuation of civilians living near the security services infrastructure, saying it wants to attack them to stop “computer attacks against Russia.”