Biden Promises New Ukraine Aid, Warns Russia On Chem Weapons

BRUSSELS (AP) — U.S. President Joe Biden says after meeting with NATO and G-7 leaders that a chemical attack by Russia in Ukraine “would trigger a response in kind.”

He said nothing further about what that might mean.

Biden spoke Thursday in Brussels. He and NATO allies have previously stressed that the U.S. and NATO would not put troops on the ground in Ukraine.

Earlier, the leaders heard an impassioned plea from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for more military aid to defend his country from Russia’s invasion.

But he’s not getting all that he’s asking.