President Biden on Saturday met with Ukrainian refugees and Polish President Andrzej Duda on his last day in Europe.
Driving the news: While meeting with Duda, Biden said the U.S. views its commitment to protecting NATO allies as "a sacred obligation," AP reports.
- "America’s ability to meet its role in other parts of the world rests upon a united Europe," Biden told his Polish counterpart.
- Biden also met with top Ukrainian ministers on Saturday in Poland, where he reiterated his support for Ukraine, according to the Washington Post.
- Biden told reporters on Saturday, while meeting with Ukrainian refugees, that Russian President Vladimir Putin was "a butcher," per a White House pool reporter.