President Biden Holds Putin Responsible for Alexei Navalny’s Death, Calls for Unity in Supporting Ukraine

US President Joe Biden has made his first public statement following the reported death of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny, holding Russian President Vladimir Putin responsible. In his address, Biden praised Navalny’s bravery and dedication to fighting for a Russia governed by the rule of law, despite knowing the risks of returning to his home country. The US President also emphasized the critical support for Ukraine amid Russian aggression, condemned statements from former President Trump regarding NATO allies, and offered condolences to Navalny’s family.

  • US President Joe Biden has publicly held Vladimir Putin responsible for the reported death of Alexei Navalny.
  • Biden praised Navalny’s courage and commitment to exposing corruption and fighting for the rule of law in Russia.
  • Navalny had previously survived an assassination attempt in 2020 but chose to return to Russia, fully aware of the potential consequences.
  • The President emphasized the need for continued support for Ukraine in its defense against Russia’s military actions.
  • Biden criticized former President Trump’s statements about NATO allies and reaffirmed the US commitment to NATO’s collective defense.
  • Condolences were extended to Navalny’s staff, supporters, and family, highlighting the sacrifices they have made.
  • Biden called for greater unity among NATO allies in response to the threat posed by Putin’s Russia.

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