Zelenskyy called his US colleague's visit shortly before the first anniversary of the Russian attack on Ukraine an "extremely important sign of support". Biden's visit and the promised new arms deliveries are "an unmistakable signal" that Russia has "no chance" of winning the war.
It was Biden's first visit to Ukraine since the Russian invasion began on February 24, 2022. After his visit to Kiev, the US President wanted to continue to visit Poland, where, among other things, a meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda was planned on Tuesday . Biden also wants to give a speech in Warsaw.
The US is Ukraine's main supporter in the war against Russia. Since the beginning of the war, Washington has promised the attacked country weapons and other armaments worth around 30 billion dollars (almost 28 billion euros).