Biden Holds Talks With Zelenskyy On Russia’s Foiled Mutiny Attempt!

President Joe Biden spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Sunday, a day after Russian mercenary forces called off their march on Moscow, according to Zelenskyy. On Sunday afternoon, the White House confirmed the call.

Zelenskyy and Biden talked about “the course of hostilities and the processes taking place in Russia,” according to a tweet from Zelenskyy. “The world must put pressure on Russia until international order is restored.”

Russian leadership and the commander of the Wagner mercenary group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, clashed over the weekend after Prigozhin accused the Russian military of firing on his soldiers and pledged a “march of justice.”

However, by Saturday evening, Prigozhin had withdrawn his soldiers, which he said had taken over the military command center in Rostov-on-Don, a significant city in southern Russia.

Biden Holds Talks With Zelenskyy On Russia's Foiled Mutiny Attempt

Prigozhin was said to have negotiated a deal with the Kremlin in which he agreed to leave Russia for Belarus in exchange for Russia dismissing criminal accusations against him.

Biden and Zelenskyy also addressed “further expansion of defense cooperation, with an emphasis on long-range weapons,” as well as Ukraine’s air defense capabilities.

The leaders discussed Russia’s turmoil and Ukraine’s military counteroffensive, and Biden “reaffirmed unwavering U.S. support, including through continued security, economic, and humanitarian aid.”

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