President Joe Biden on Thursday, Feb. 9, said he is still undecided on whether he will visit Poland this month to mark the one-year anniversary of Ukraine's fight against Russian invasion.

As the February 24 mark approaches, there is growing speculation that Biden will visit Europe to meet with allies in the coalition assisting Ukraine. Poland, the main hub for refugees and the funneling in of Western military aid, is thought to be a likely destination.

Biden told reporters "I haven't made a decision when I'm going to Poland or even if, for certain, I'm going to Poland."

Asked if he might go to Ukraine, Biden answered: "There's a possibility I may go to Poland, but that's all."

Numerous European leaders have visited the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. Biden's wife, First Lady Jill Biden, made a surprise visit in May 2022 to western Ukraine.


However, most analysts say it's less likely Biden himself would ever visit due to heightened security concerns around a US president.


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