President Biden – US has banned all Russian flights – State of the Union

President Biden – US has banned all Russian flights – State of the Union

US has banned all Russian flights – State of the Union

President Biden announced that the US has banned all Russian flights from American airspace.

And he reiterates the “US army will not fight Russia in Ukraine” but will defend every inch of NATO ground if Putin decides to come West.

Biden also slips up and said “Putin can put tanks in Kyiv but he will never get the hearts or the Iranian people”

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Biden says the U.S. to release 30 million barrels of oil from the reserve

Biden said the U.S. to release 30 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve as a part of a global effort to protect consumers and businesses from rising fuel prices as the U.S. and allies target Russia’s economy.

The U.S. contribution is part of a larger effort with 30 other countries to release 60 million barrels of oil from reserves around the world, he said.

Biden added, “And we stand ready to do more if necessary, unified with our allies.”

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Live coverage of the Ukraine Conflict – with cameras from Kyiv and coverage of the US president speaking Live.

Kherson has fallen to Russian troops

In the last few hours, reports have emerged that the southern city of Kherson has fallen to Russian troops. Local CCTV video shows Russian armoured vehicles and troops patrolling the streets.

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