NATO summit begins in America, Biden says – Ukraine will win this war, not Russia.

US President Joe Biden has warmly welcomed the leaders of member countries for the NATO summit in Washington DC.

In his speech, Biden has tried to reassure foreign allies and his close ones that he can face the challenge of Republican Party candidate Donald Trump in the elections.

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In his short but powerful speech at the opening of the summit, President Biden has declared NATO more powerful than ever.

This military alliance is facing a ‘decisive moment’ due to the Russia and Ukraine war.

Biden has warned that autocratic rulers have turned the world order upside down. On this occasion, the US President has also announced more military aid for Ukraine.

We will not waiver:' Biden reaffirms commitment to NATO and Ukraine

Along with the US President, the leaders of Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Romania are providing Patriot missile systems and other security systems to strengthen the air defense system of crisis-hit Ukraine.

Reading his speech on a teleprompter on Tuesday afternoon, Biden said, “The war will end and Ukraine will remain a free and independent country. Ukraine will win this war, not Russia.”