Having just returned from a surprise visit to Kyiv, US President Joe Biden left for Poland late Monday.
In Warsaw, Biden will meet with Polish President Andrzej Duda to discuss joint efforts to support Ukraine. He will thank him because of the humanitarian aids to the United States and to other countries.
In the evening, Biden will give a speech on how the US has helped rally the world to support Ukraine as the war enters its second year with no end in sight.
“President Biden will make it clear that the United States will continue to stand with Ukraine, as you've heard him say many times, for as long as it takes,” said John Kirby, the White House national security spokesperson.
Before leaving Warsaw to return to Washington on Wednesday, Biden will meet with leaders of the Bucharest Nine, NATO's eastern wing allies.