The US President will meet with Nato alliance leaders and the European Commission next week about the situation in Ukraine.

Iran PressAmerica: On February 24, Russia formally declared a special military operation against Ukraine, noting that its operation in Ukraine is not a start to the war, but an attempt to prevent a global war. 

As the war in Ukraine continues, global reactions to the event continue, and diplomatic pressure and international threats and sanctions against Russia are increasing. 

The US President Joe Biden will travel to Brussels next week to meet with NATO leaders in his first European visit since Russian President Vladimir Putin started a military operation in Ukraine, the White House announced Tuesday.

This is Biden's second visit to the Belgian capital since taking office. He also traveled to Brussels last summer to attend a summit of Europeans and restore post-Trump transatlantic relations.

Last week, the US Vice President Kamala Harris visited Poland and Romania, NATO allies along Ukraine’s western borders, to express support for Ukraine and suggest that Moscow might need to be held accountable for the conflict. 

Biden's visit to Brussels next week comes as Western nations have imposed heavy sanctions on Russia and equipped Ukraine militarily.

Russia has demanded security guarantees from the United States and NATO in recent months, warning of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) expansionism in Eastern Europe, however, Russia's demands were rejected.