U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris broke out in uncomfortable laughter after she was questioned about the Ukraine refugee crisis during a joint press conference with Polish President Andrej Duda on Thursday.
Harris and Duda met in Warsaw to discuss the relationship between the United States and Poland as it pertains to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
The Vice President appeared totally incapable of responding to a direct query about the Biden administration's plans for helping mitigate the historic outflow of Ukrainians that has overwhelmed neighboring European countries in recent weeks.
"I want to ask you about some reporting that my colleague here in Poland noticed," a reporter said to Harris. "He recently spoke with the mayor of the largest border town who told him that the refugee system is essentially not set up for this; that it will collapse."
"It's an improvised system that can work for maybe two weeks, but not indefinitely. And I'm wondering what the United States is going to do, more specifically, to set up a permanent infrastructure, and relatedly, is the United States willing to make a specific allocation for Ukrainian refugees?"
The reporter ended her inquiry by asking President Duda to also respond in his turn.
Harris turned to stare at Duda and after a long pause, she burst out laughing.
"Okay. A friend in need is a friend indeed," she said, while pointing at Duda, who took charge of the situation and proceeded to respond in Polish.
More than 1.4 million people have entered Poland from Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion in late February.
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