MORNING NEWS | US denounces Putin’s attack, NATO summit kicks off and Biden stands firm

MORNING NEWS | US denounces Putin’s attack, NATO summit kicks off and Biden stands firm
MORNING NEWS | US denounces Putin’s attack, NATO summit kicks off and Biden stands firm

MORNING NEWS | US denounces Putin’s attack, NATO summit kicks off and Biden stands firm

The White House has been extremely critical of Moscow’s missile attacks on kyiv on Monday. In his statement, the spokesman for the White House National Security Council, John Kirby, regretted that for Russian President Vladimir Putin it is “normal” to attack civilian infrastructure and regretted that he does not care that, as happened on Monday, it was a children’s hospital.

The UN Security Council is meeting today, Tuesday, to discuss the Russian attack on the Okhmatdyt Children’s Hospital in kyiv. An attack that was part of an offensive against the Ukrainian capital on Monday morning that left 41 dead. The meeting was requested by France and Ecuador, which were immediately supported by the United Kingdom and the United States. The United Kingdom’s ambassador to the UN, who was at the hospital earlier this year, described the attack as “cowardly and depraved” and promised in a message on X, quoting her foreign minister, that those responsible for this war will answer for their actions.

President Joe Biden has vowed to press ahead with his re-election campaign, dismissing concerns from some fellow Democrats on Capitol Hill and donors that his persistence could cost his party the White House and Congress in the Nov. 5 U.S. election. Biden, 81, has said any candidate who doubts his ability should challenge him at the Democratic National Convention in August, an effort that has no chance of success unless he allows delegates he won in this year’s primaries to consider other candidates.

 
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