Biden marks one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine | USA TODAY

President Joe Biden traveled to Warsaw, Poland, to mark the one-year anniversary of Russia's war in Ukraine.

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President Joe Biden said the world responded to a "test for the ages" and refused to "look the other way" as he marked the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and the Kremlin.

Biden, in a speech outside the Kubicki Arcades palace in Warsaw, said Russian President Vladimir Putin thought Ukraine would "roll over" when he invaded with tanks, but "he was wrong" because of the bravery of Ukrainians and "iron will" of nations everywhere.

"One year ago, the world was bracing for the fall of Kyiv," Biden said. "Well, I just came from visiting Kyiv, and I can report, Kyiv stands strong. Kyiv stands proud. It stands tall. And most importantly, it stands free."

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    1. Talk to your senator he said he didn’t want any help from. Good try though. Put blame where it belongs and damn straight not on President Biden

  1. Historically speaking, brutality always grinds down the will of the free. Just look at the history of the United States.

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