By MONIKA SCISLOWSKA and FATIMA HUSSEIN
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has met with Ukrainian refugees and urged the need to confront Russian brutality as she visited Poland ahead of a meeting of finance ministers for the Group of Seven leading economies. Yellen on Monday applauded Poland for helping refugees fleeing the fighting and working with neighboring countries to find ways to get Ukraine’s wheat and other critical food supplies to the world. She thanked them for responding to “rising food insecurity” exacerbated by the war. Yellen also met with the Polish prime minister, vowing to work together to press forward with a global minimum tax of 15% on multinational corporations.