Biden Says Putin Trying to Erase Ukraine Culture

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US President Joe Biden said Russia’s invasion of Ukraine appears to be aimed at obliterating the culture of its neighbor, and that the incident has triggered a “humanitarian catastrophe.” He made the remarks at the opening of a leaders’ summit in Tokyo among fellow Quad members Australia, India and Japan.

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