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US politicians condemned Russia's "special military operation" in Ukraine calling it an "unjustified" attack

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The hours after Russian President declared a “special military operation” in Ukraine and the Russian military forces made the first surgical military strikes on Ukraine military targets, The US politicians condemned what they called an “unprovoked” attack.

Of course, the first was President Biden that called the military operation an “unjustified” attack.

"The prayers of the world are with the people of Ukraine tonight as they suffer an unprovoked and unjustified attack by Russian military forces," President Biden said in a White House statement. "President Putin has chosen a premeditated war that will bring a catastrophic loss of life and human suffering."

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi supported president USA in his "forceful leadership in imposing the first tranche of swift & severe sanctions to counter Russian aggression. The U.S. & our allies stand together in our unwavering support of the Ukrainian people." She wrote in her tweeter that she “applauded” the President’s reaction.

Utah Senator Mitt Romney said that the strikes were without "justification, provocation and without honor."

"History shows that a tyrant’s appetite for conquest is never satiated," he said, adding that America and its allies must "protect freedom by subjecting Putin and Russia to the harshest economic penalties, by expelling them from global institutions, and by committing ourselves to the expansion and modernization of our national defense." 

Tennessee Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn wrote in his Tweeter that the “USA stands with Ukraine.”

"We pray for the people of Ukraine as they defend against Putin’s attempt to rebuild the old Soviet Union," she added. "Biden must stand up to Putin and immediately levy severe sanctions against Russia — starting with removal from the SWIFT banking system."

Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio wrote Ukrainians are "tough people who will NEVER accept being ruled by #Putin. Men, women, children, the elderly, they are going to fight and they are going to maim & kill a lot of Russians."

"Putin’s decision to invade is an evil, panicked move of weakness and will be his defining mistake," Connecticut Democrat Sen. Chris Murphy said adding that Ukrainians will fight "for as long as it takes to secure their nation from this foreign tyrant, and the United States will stand with them in this fight."

Meanwhile, the first reports from Ukraine say that the Ukraine frontiersmen abandon their positions and weapon when the Russian troops freely pass through Ukrainian checkpoints.

 

Author: Usa Really