Ukraine President burst out on Biden’s comment of minor incursion

The President of Ukraine named Volodymyr Zelensky has an outburst at the comment made by his counterpart President of the United States, Joe Biden. The comment made by President Biden was that he called the invasion of Russia into Ukraine is a minor incursion.

In his statement made by him on Thursday, January 20, 2022, President Biden suggested that if Russia made a minor attack on Ukraine, then it would also lead to a weaker response from the side of the United States and its respective allies.

While expressing his disapproval of the statement of the US President, Zelensky took to Twitter and asserted that it was not the minor incursion and it would make exactly the same feeling that gives as just like there were no minor casualties. There was also a little grief from the people who lost their loved ones in the tension between Russia and Ukraine.

A total of 100,000 have been deployed by Russia at the borders of Ukraine. However, the country is reportedly denying the allegation of doing any planning to invade the country.

Earlier, the tension rose when Russian President Joe Biden made a series of demands to the West. It insists that UKRAINE Should be allowed to enter NATO. MOREOVER, Putin also demands that the defence military alliance leave and abandon the military action in Europe.

Further, United States President Biden also warned Russia in a news conference on Wednesday, January 19, 2022. He warned Russia by saying that the disaster would happen with Russia if they now invaded Ukraine. But confusingly, he further stated it would depend upon Russia that how Russia should have gone about it.

“What will go wrong with Russia, the country will be held accountable for it. So, if Russia invaded Ukraine, it would be his hand what the disaster would have happened with the country. However, If it were just a minor incursion, we are ready to end this fight. We could solve it if it were just a minor incursion from Russia, “President Joe Biden stated.

His comments have pointed out the US’s stands and its response to Russia.

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