“We really fight for our common victory against this tyranny,” Zelensky said. “And we will win, and I really want [to] win together.” He paused before correcting himself. “Not ‘want.’ Sorry,” he said. “I’m sure.”
Yesterday, President Zelenskyy met with President Biden and addressed Congress in Washington. In public comment, he acknowledged U.S. support for Ukrainian democracy in the face of Russia's unlawful occupation.
Zelensky left his war-battered country for the first time. Biden marked his efforts to renew U.S. leadership. Wednesday' visit was a remarkable moment for two presidents.