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Biden spoke about Germany’s “invasion” of Ukraine

US President Joe Biden made a slip of the tongue during a press conference following talks with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. He mixed up the countries to which the West attributes alleged intentions to invade Ukraine.

“If Germany … if Russia invades, that is, if tanks and troops cross the border of Ukraine again, then there will be no Nord Stream 2, we will put an end to it,” the American leader said.

Meanwhile, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz noted that the countries are ready to act as a “united front” against the Russian Federation if it continues its “aggressive actions.” Scholz added that if Russia did decide to attack Ukraine, a “tough joint response” from the West would follow.

Biden has more than once allowed reservations during his tenure as president of the United States. So, in January of this year, the American leader said that “2020 will be a good year.” He also mispronounced the name of Russian President Vladimir Putin, confused vaccination with escalation, and called the new strain “Omnicron”.

In recent months, Kiev and Western states have been concerned about the alleged increase in “aggressive actions” by Russia near the borders of Ukraine. Moscow has denied these accusations many times.

Source From: MK

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