WATCH: White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks on Ukraine talks, marijuana bill

White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the White House “is not in a position to comment” on Kremlin accusations that Ukraine attacked a Russian fuel depot.

Watch the briefing in the player above.

Russia is accusing Ukraine of launching a cross-border helicopter attack on the fuel depot on Russian soil. A Kremlin spokesman says the incident could undermine ongoing negotiations to end the war.

The secretary of Ukraine’s national security council has denied the country was responsible for the attack. There was no independent confirmation of details about the incident.

“This is a war that President Putin started, a brutal war, with Russia’s forces continuing to bombard cities across Ukraine and commit terrible acts of violence,” Psaki said. “There is one aggressor here and that is President Putin.”

Psaki was also asked about the House of Representatives’ vote Friday to decriminalize marijuana.

Without addressing the bill directly, Psaki said President Joe Biden believes the current “marijuana laws are not working. He agrees that we need to rethink our approach, including to address the racial disparities and systemic inequities in our criminal justice system.”

“We look forward to working with Congress to achieve our shared goals,” Psaki said.

Under the legislation the House passed, marijuana would be decriminalized at the federal level, allowing states to set their own policies on pot.

The bill is unlikely to become law since it is expected to die in the Senate.