It is unclear whether or not President Joe Biden will participate in a pre-Super Bowl interview, but he has made a decision regarding his travel plans for the month of February. From February 20 through February 22, the President will visit Poland. During his trip, he will speak with Polish President Andrzej Duda and other leaders from the region.
“He wants to talk about the importance of the international community’s resolve and unity in supporting Ukraine for now going on a year,” John Kirby of the National Security Council said, per CNN.
“Wouldn’t it be great if the president didn’t have to make a trip around a one-year anniversary of a war that never should have started? Sadly, that’s where we are.”
President Joe Biden will arrive in Poland nearly one year after Russia began its invasion of Ukraine. The President is expected to speak extensively about the nation’s plans to assist Ukraine and neighboring nations in the near future. By visiting Polan, he hopes to reaffirm the government’s continued support of troops in Ukraine.
“We know the next weeks and months are going to be difficult and critical, especially for their own forces, and the United States is going to continue to stand by them,” Kirby continued.
President Joe Biden is not the only world leader to make travel plans recently. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is reportedly expecting Russia to up its attacks in the spring. In anticipation of these attacks, Zelensky has traveled to London, Brussels and Paris to ask for financial and military support.
Also, Vice President Kamala Harris is scheduled to attend the Munich Security Conference in Europe this month. While there, world leaders will also discuss the war extensively.