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NATO allies rule out sending troops to Ukraine to fight Russia

Russia has warned that any commitment to send troops to Ukraine would inevitably lead to conflict between Russia and NATO.

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NATO allies rule out sending troops to Ukraine to fight Russia

BRUSSELS, 28 Feb: The United States and other key NATO allies responded to France’s signal to send ground troops to Ukraine.

Germany, Britain, Spain, Poland, and the Czech Republic said they have no intention of deploying troops to Ukraine, which has been going on for three years.

Russia has warned that any commitment to send troops to Ukraine would inevitably lead to conflict between Russia and NATO.

French President Emmanuel Macron stressed in Monday’s NATO meeting that the Western alliance should keep all options open to prevent Russia from winning in Ukraine, but he also said there was no consensus yet.

Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Poland, and the Czech Republic immediately rejected this idea and said they had no such intentions.

German Chancellor Olaf Schulz and Defense Minister Boris Pistorius ruled out sending ground troops to Ukraine, arguing it is not an option.

The White House also responded to Macron’s remarks by saying that they, too, have no intention of sending troops to Ukraine.

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