Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to Poland and Romania next week amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the White House said Friday.
The big picture: Harris will meet with Polish and Romanian leaders to discuss coordinated response plans to Russia’s continued invasion of Ukraine.
- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky blasted NATO for giving Russia the “green light” to continue bombing the country after refusing to establish a “no-fly” zone over the country.
Details: The leaders will also discuss how the U.S. can further support neighboring countries welcoming in refugees.
- Over a million refugees have fled Ukraine, according to the United Nations. Most have crossed into Poland while others have gone to Hungary, Moldova and Slovakia.