Biden offers more support to Ukraine, Zelenskyy during G7 meeting | USA TODAY

President Joe Biden offered continued support to Ukraine during a meeting with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the G7 Summit in Japan.
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President Joe Biden said Sunday that Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy assured him personally he won’t use F-16 fighter jets to attack Russian territory.

“I have a flat assurance from Zelenskyy that they will not, they will not use it to go on and move into Russian geographic territory,” Biden said at a press conference in Hiroshima, Japan.

Biden told Group of Seven leaders Friday the U.S. would assist with training Ukrainian pilots on modern fighter aircraft, including American-made F-16s, in a possible signal that Washington is closer to arming Ukraine with the planes. Zelenskyy met with Biden and other world leaders in Japan on Sunday. Ukraine is expected to mount a counteroffensive this spring against Russian troops.

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    1. The United States of America is actually doing wonderful as a country with Biden in the White House as our president.

    1. @JamesSmith-rh4is  way more than 105 billion US taxpayers dollars so far with no end in sight, The open southern border is also costing billions, with no help for American citizens. Do you have a job and pay taxes?

  1. Thank you, President Biden, for letting President Zelenskyy know that America continues to support them.

  2. excuse me, but I don’t understand… whose Zelensky home pet is? are Sunak or Biden ?

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