Biden considering Europe trip to mark anniversary of Russian invasion of Ukraine


President Joe Biden is considering traveling to Europe next month to mark the one-year anniversary of Russian’s invasion of Ukraine, NBC News and CNN reported Thursday. NBC’s report said multiple locations are under consideration, including Poland, and that administration officials have discussed announcing another major military aid package for Ukraine to coincide with the anniversary. Biden on Wednesday announced the U.S. would send 31 Abrams tanks GD, +0.90% to Ukraine to help it defend itself against the Russian invasion, but he warned that it would take time to deliver the equipment.

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