President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden arrive at an event to celebrate Black History Month in the East Room of the White House, Monday, Feb. 28, 2022, in Washington. Credit: Patrick Semansky / AP

President Joe Biden plans to announce Tuesday night that the U.S. is banning Russian aircraft from its airspace in retaliation for the invasion of Ukraine, according to two people familiar with the decision.

The move follows similar action by Canada and the European Union this week. The people spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss Biden’s State of the Union speech in advance.

In remarks released by the White House in advance of the speech, Biden offers an ominous warning that without consequences, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggression wouldn’t be contained to Ukraine.

“Throughout our history we’ve learned this lesson — when dictators do not pay a price for their aggression, they cause more chaos,” Biden says. “They keep moving. And, the costs and threats to America and the world keep rising.”

The ban would come on top of a wide range of sanctions the U.S., Europe and other nations have imposed on Russia that are expected to hammer that nation’s economy.

On Sunday, the European Union and Canada announced they were closing their airspace to Russian airlines and private planes owned by wealthy Russians.

Russia’s largest airline, Aeroflot, on Monday said that it suspended flights to New York, Washington, Miami and Los Angeles through Wednesday because of Canada’s decision.

David Koenig, Zeke Miller and Christopher Rugaber. Associated Press writers Daria Litvinova in Moscow and Frank Jordans in Berlin contributed to this report.