Harris says Putin to face extra punishment for ‘outrageous conduct on behalf of the Russian folks’ in Ukraine

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Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday stated the U.S. will take extra motion to make sure Russian President Vladimir Putin faces “serious consequence” for his “atrocious and outrageous conduct on behalf of the Russian people.”

President Biden and administration officers have maintained that actions to carry the Kremlin accountable for the warfare in Ukraine are “not targeting the people of Russia.” Biden informed the Russian folks in February, “You are not our enemy. And I do not believe you want a bloody, destructive war against Ukraine.”

Throughout a joint press convention in Bucharest, Romania, Friday alongside Romanian President Klaus Iohannis, Harris stated it’s “painful” to observe what is going on to Ukrainians.”

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“We’re clear that any intentional assault or concentrating on of civilians is a warfare crime, interval,” Harris stated.

Vice President Kamala Harris holds a joint press conference following her meeting with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis at Cotroceni Palace in Otopeni, Romania, Friday, March 11, 2022.

Vice President Kamala Harris holds a joint press convention following her assembly with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis at Cotroceni Palace in Otopeni, Romania, Friday, March 11, 2022.
(Saul Loeb/Pool Picture through AP)

“It is painful to watch what is happening to innocent people in Ukraine who just want to live in their own country and have pride in themselves as Ukrainians who want to be home speaking the language they know,” Harris stated.

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The vp maintained, although, that “diplomacy is the way to resolve these issues that coexists with our commitment to ensure that our allies are strong and that there must be serious consequence and accountability for what Russia is doing.”

Harris waves as she boards the Air Force Two prior to departing for Romania, at Warsaw Chopin International Airport, in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, March 11, 2022. 

Harris waves as she boards the Air Power Two previous to departing for Romania, at Warsaw Chopin Worldwide Airport, in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, March 11, 2022. 
(Saul Loeb/Pool Picture through AP)

Harris pointed to financial sanctions the U.S. and NATO have imposed on Russia, which have led to “the effect of basically a free fall of the ruble.”

“The Russian stock market is still not open. Their credit rating is now junk,” Harris stated. “There will be more announcements about more action that we will take to ensure serious consequence for what is atrocious and outrageous conduct on behalf of the Russian people by Putin.”

Harris’ remark comes after the White Home had insisted the measures taken towards Putin and the Kremlin are “not targeting” the folks of Russia.

When requested for clarification on Harris saying Putin is appearing “on behalf of the Russian people,” a White Home official informed Day by day Submit Digital that she “was referring to the economic measures we are taking are targeted at Putin and those complicit.” 

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“That remains the case,” the official stated.

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Harris meets Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at the Chancellery in Warsaw, Poland, on March 10, 2022.

Harris meets Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on the Chancellery in Warsaw, Poland, on March 10, 2022.
(Mateusz Wlodarczyk/NurPhoto through Getty Photographs)

Earlier this month, the White Home Nationwide Safety Council condemned Putin’s strikes to close down Russian media retailers, block social media and limit Russian entry to worldwide information retailers, in addition to the Russian Federation Council’s approval of a regulation that threatened jail sentences of as much as 15 years for journalists and peculiar residents that might unfold so-called “false” details about Putin’s “unconscionable” warfare in Ukraine.

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during the Valdai Discussion Club's plenary meeting on Oct. 21, 2021, in Sochi, Russia.

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks through the Valdai Dialogue Membership’s plenary assembly on Oct. 21, 2021, in Sochi, Russia.
( Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Photographs)

The NSC, on the time, stated it would “continue to work with and support all like-minded partners” and stated it “stand[s] with the sovereign nation and other people of Ukraine, and with the citizens of Russia talking out towards Putin’s warfare by the 1000’s.”

The Biden administration, in coordination with allies and companions, has imposed extreme financial sanctions on Russia forward of and following Putin’s invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, crippling the Russian financial system.

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This week, the president introduced a ban on all Russian oil, gasoline and power imports to the US in a transfer to focus on the “main artery” of Russia’s financial system.

In the meantime, as for any new sanctions from the West, Iohannis stated Romania and the US “stand strong together” and “will continue this way.”

“So if new sanctions will be necessary, they will be discussed and applied,” Iohannis stated through the press convention.

“We take very seriously our role and the relationships that we have within the NATO alliance,” Harris maintained Friday. “We take seriously and are prepared to act on the words we speak when we say an attack against one is an attack against all.”

She added: “We are firm in our commitment. When I say and we say over and over again, President Joe Biden says, we will defend every inch of NATO territory.”

As for hopes for diplomacy with Russia, Harris reminded that the U.S. “has been attempting sincerely to engage in diplomacy actively.”

“From everything that we know and have witnessed, Putin shows no sign of engaging in serious diplomacy,” Harris stated.

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