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A full transcript of Putin’s speech in Warsaw Poland in the Ukraine-Russia War on Saturday, March 26 2022.

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A full transcript of Putin’s speech in Warsaw Poland in the Ukraine-Russia War on Saturday, March 26 2022.

United States President Joe Biden made the remarks at the royal castle in Warsaw in a speech that had the feel of a speech that he had been preparing to give for his half century in public office.

  • “Thank you very much. It’s a great honor to be here. Mr. President, they tell me you’re over there somewhere.
  • You are. Thank you. Don’t be so afraid, Mr. President. The first words of the first public address of the first Polish Pope after his election in October 1978 were the words that came to define Pope John Paul II.
  • They were the words that would change the world. John Paul brought the message here to Warsaw and on his first trip back home as pope in June of 1979.
  • It was a message about the power of faith, resilience, and the power of the people in the face of a cruel and brutal system of government. It was a message that contributed to the end of the silver repression in the heart of Eastern Europe.
  • When Pope John Paul II brought that message in 1979, the Soviet Union ruled with an iron fist behind an iron curtain.
  • Then, a year later, the solidarity movement took hold in Poland. Well, I know he couldn’t be here tonight, but we’re all grateful in America and around the world for Lieselenssa.
  • It reminds me of that phrase by the philosopher Kierkegaard. It was a long, painful slog fought over years and decades rather than days and months, but we won the great liberty battle, a battle between democracy and autocracy, liberty and repression. rule-based and brute-force-based order, we need to be clear-eyed that this battle will not be won in days or months, either. We need to steal ourselves for the long fight ahead.
  • Mr. President, Mr. Prime Minister, Mr. Mayor, distinguished guests and the people of Poland, and, I suspect, some of the people of Ukraine, are here.
  • We are gathered here at the royal castle in this city that holds a sacred place in the history of not only Europe but humankind’s unending search for freedom for generations.
  • In fact, it was here in Warsaw that a young refugee who fled her home country of Czechoslovakia when it was under Soviet dominance returned to speak and stand in solidarity with dissonance. Her name was Madeleine Coble Albright, and she became one of the world’s most ardent supporters of democracy.
  • She was a friend with whom I served as America’s first female Secretary of State. She died three days ago. The rule of law firing free elections When one chooses press freedom, we stand with you, Terry, today’s fighting king, with the metropolitan car key of the latest battle in a long struggle.
  • However, resistance persisted until, in 1989, the Berlin Wall and all its remnants were demolished.Russia has strangled democracy and attempted to do so elsewhere, not just in its homeland, using false claims of ethnic solidarity, and has invalidated neighboring nations. has the gall to say he’s denotifying Ukraine. It’s a lie. It’s just cynical.
  • He knows that, and it’s also obscene. At the moment, a criminal wishes to portray Nato expansion as an imperial project aimed at destabilizing Russia.
  • This is far from the truth. Nato is a defensive alliance and has never sought the demise of Russia in the lead up to the current crisis.
  • The United States and NATO worked for months to engage Russia to avert war.
  • I remember that person talking to him many times on the phone. Time and again, we offered real diplomacy and concrete proposals to strengthen European security. Increase transparency and confidence on all sides, but Putin and Russia meant each of the proposals with disinterest in any negotiation based on lies and ultimatums.
  • He was bent on violence from the start. They were going to cross the border and attack repeatedly. I know not all of you believed me and us when we kept saying they were going to cross the border.
  • He asserted we had no interest in war and guaranteed he would not move. Russia has repeatedly stated that it will not invade Ukraine and that the 180,000 Russian troops stationed along the border are there for training.
  • There is simply no justification or provocation for Russia’s decision to go to war.When someone uses force and disinformation to satisfy a craving for absolute power and control, it’s nothing less than a direct challenge to the rule-based international order established since the end of World War II, and it threatens to return to the decades of war that ravaged Europe before the international rule-based order was put in place. We can not go back to that. We cannot.
  • The gravity of the threat is why the response of the west has been so swift, so powerful, so unified and overwhelming. Swift and punishing costs are the only things that are going to get Russia to change its course within days of his invasion. The west has moved jointly with sanctions to damage Russia’s economy.
  • Russia’s central bank is now cut off from the global financial system, denying the Kremlin access to the war fund stashed around the world.
  • We’ve struck at the heart of Russia’s economy by halting Russian energy imports to the US. To date, the US has sanctioned 140 Russian oligarchs and their family members, seizing their ill-gotten gains.
  • Their yachts, luxury apartments, and mansions’ve sanctioned The private sector is also acting, with over 400 private multinational companies, ranging from oil companies to McDonald’s, withdrawing from doing business in Russia as a result of these unprecedented sanctions.
  • As a result of these unprecedented sanctions, the ruble is almost immediately reduced to rubble, with the Russian economy, it is true, taking about 200 rubles to equal one dollar.
  • The economy is on track to be cut in half in the coming years. It was ranked the 11th biggest economy in the world before this evasion invasion. It will soon not even rank among the top 20.
  • These economic sanctions are a new kind of economic strike statecraft with the power to inflict damage that rivals’ military might. These international sanctions are sapping Russian strength, its ability to replenish its military and its ability to compete globally.
  • At the same time, the Western world has come together to provide incredible levels of military, economic, and humanitarian assistance to the people of Ukraine. In the years leading up to the invasion, America sent over 650 million dollars in weapons and ammunition to defend Ukrainian land and airspace, and our allies and partners have stepped up as well.
  • The reason we want to make clear is that their movement on Ukrainian territory is prohibited. I announced two days ago that we would welcome a hundred thousand Ukrainian refugees.
  • We already have eight thousand a week coming to the United States from other nations’ nationalities. We’ll provide nearly 300 million in humanitarian assistance. In addition to providing tens of thousands of tons of food, water, medicine, and other basic supplies in Brussels, I announced that the United States was prepared to provide more than one billion dollars in additional humanitarian aid.
  • The world food program told us that despite significant obstacles, at least some relief is getting to major cities in Ukraine, but not metropole, no excuse me, not Mariopol, because Russian forces are blocking relief supplies but will not cease our efforts. And for those who have made it out of Ukraine, there is no doubt that this war has already been a strategic failure for Russia.
  • Having lost children myself, I know that is no consolation to the people of Ukraine, but instead, Russian forces have met their match with brave and stiff Ukrainian resistance.
  • Russia’s brutal tactics have strengthened the resolve rather than driven Nato apart. There’s a brain drain leaving Russia. Shutting down independent news media and state media is all propaganda blocking the image of civilian targets.
  • Mass graves As I previously stated, 200 000 Russians have already left their country in one month, demonstrating a remarkable brain game in such a short period of time. This brings me to my message to the Russian people.
  • I refuse to believe that you welcome the killing of innocent children and grandparents. Or that you accept hospitals, schools, maternity wars, or cities being surrounded so that civilians are unable to flee supplies being cut off and attTerrorized families cleaning their homes at night, seeking refuge in cellars and basements, mourning, and sitting through rubble in their homes: these are not memories of the past, because the Russian army is doing the same thing in Ukraine right now.We are a twenty-first-century nation with the same hopes and dreams for ourselves and our families as people all over the world.
  • Now Vladimir Putin’s aggression has cut you, the Russian people, off from the rest of the world and it’s taking Russia back to the 19th century. This is not who you are.
  • This is not the future you reserve for your family and your children. I’m telling you the truth.
  • This war is not worthy of you, the Russian people. Putin can and must end this war. The American people will stand with you and the brave citizens of Ukraine who want peace. My message to the rest of Europe is this: this new battle for freedom has already changed a few things. First, crystal clear: Europe must reduce its reliance on Russian fossil fuels, and the United States will assist.
  • That’s why, just yesterday in Brussels, I announced a plan to get Europe through the immediate energy crisis in the long term as a matter of economic security and national security for the planet’s survival.
  • We all need to move as quickly as possible to clean renewable energy, and we’ll work together to help get that done. Second, we must fight Kremlin corruption to give the Russian people a fair chance. Finally, and most urgently, we must fight climate change.
  • A dictator bent on rebuilding an empire will never erase the people’s love for liberty; brutality will never grind down their will to be free. A Ukrainian victory will never be a Russian victory because free people refuse to live in a world of hopelessness and darkness.
  • We will have a different future, a brighter future rooted in democracy and principle, hope and light of decency, the dignity of freedom, and possibilities for God’s sake. This man cannot remain in power.”

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