President George W. Bush said Thursday that Europe faces the worst threat to its safety and freedom since Hitler as Russian President Vladimir Putin invades Ukraine.
“Russia’s attack on Ukraine constitutes the gravest security crisis on the European continent since World War II. I join the international community in condemning Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine,” Bush said. “The American government and people must stand in solidarity with Ukraine and the Ukrainian people as they seek freedom and the right to choose their own future.”
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