“It’s not the United States’ role to rush Ukraine to negotiate a settlement with Russia, even if the Biden Administration thought it was the right thing to do,” the former Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said on Sunday. Kirby, speaking to Mike Emmanuel on “Fox News Sunday,” said that it will always be Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s call as to if and when to seek a negotiated settlement with President Vladimir Putin and Russia.
Nearly three weeks after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the House of Representatives have voted to suspend regular trade relations with Russia, and its close ally Belarus. The decision comes as an attempt to further isolate Russia’s economy in retaliation for Putin’s aggression towards Ukraine. The vote was nearly anonymous, a bipartisan agreement with 424 yes’s and only 8 no’s.
According to the Polish Government, leaders from Poland, Slovenia, and the Czech Republic are on their way to Kyiv to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmyhal. This is the first time that many international guests have visited Kyiv since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24.
From the very beginning, the Queen of Pop joined the actions of many Hollywood celebrities that raised their voice in support of Ukraine. 4 days ago, the Queen of Pop shared a video compilation of Ukraine’s attacks on her Instagram along with the following words: “Does This Video hurt you as much as it hurts Me? Putin continues his Senseless And Horrifying attacks on Ukraine!! Innocent people are being killed and wounded every day!”