Negotiated settlement needed for peace in war-torn Ukraine: Biden




President Joe Biden said Friday he believed a negotiated settlement would be needed to end Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Asked if Ukraine should cede some of its territory to Russia in order to end the war and bring peace to the region, Biden said his policy continues to be that the United States United would not make any decision regarding Ukraine without Ukraine.

He said it was their territory and I won’t tell them what they should and shouldn’t do.

But the American leader also said that it seems to me that at some point there will have to be a negotiated settlement here.

He said he did not know what such an agreement would look like, but that the United States would continue to help Ukrainians defend themselves.

Biden commented from Delaware on Friday, the 100th day of the Russian invasion.

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