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LIVE War in Ukraine: Joe Biden expected in Poland on Tuesday


China denies arms sales to Russia

China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said Monday that, contrary to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s claim over the weekend, Beijing has no intention of supplying arms to Russia and indicated that Beijing is considering sending arms to Moscow.

“China’s comprehensive strategic cooperation partnership is based on non-alignment, non-confrontation and non-targeting to third parties, which constitute the sovereignty of two independent countries,” Beijing said Monday.

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Joe Biden is expected in Poland on Tuesday

The US President is scheduled to fly to Poland tonight, where he will remain until Wednesday. According to the agenda of the American President, he has to take off at 7 p.m. Washington time (1 a.m. Paris time).

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said Sunday he and Joe Biden would discuss the possibility of increasing and making the US troop presence in Poland more permanent.

During this trip, the American President has to meet his counterpart Andrzej Duda and allies from Eastern Europe. He will speak about the situation in Ukraine but does not intend to go there, according to the White House.


Zelenskyy says Macron is “wasting his time” on Putin

In an interview with Italian daily Corriere della Sera, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Emmanuel Macron was “wasting his time” wanting to continue dialogue with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“I have come to the conclusion that we are unable to change Russia’s position,” said the Ukrainian president, who has refused to open negotiations with Moscow.

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Macron promises Zelenskyy to “strengthen and accelerate military support to Ukraine”

This Sunday, the French and Ukrainian Presidents spoke to each other by phone. The Elysée provided BFMTV with some elements of the conversation between the two men in the evening.

“They referred to the reminder addressed to European and NATO partners at the 2023 Munich Security Conference that military support to Ukraine and the Ukrainian people must be increased and accelerated,” the presidency of the republic summed up.

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The US fears that China is planning to supply “weapons” to Russia

Beijing is considering supplying “weapons” to Russia to support its offensive in Ukraine, the US Secretary of State warned on Sunday Anton Blinkenafter meeting his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.

“We spoke about the Russian-led war and the concerns we have that China is planning to provide lethal support to Russia,” he said on CBS.


Bernard-Henri Lévy believes you can’t “seriously negotiate” with a thug like Putin.

Intellectual Bernard-Henri Lévy was a guest on BFMTV this Sunday evening, three days before the release of his documentary Slava Ukraini, shot in Ukraine. He expressed his wish for a total defeat of Vladimir Putin.

>> The summary of his intervention in our article

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Welcome to this live broadcast dedicated to monitoring the news of the war in Ukraine on Monday, February 20, 2023, almost a year after the conflict began.