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Netherlands, Estonia, Lithuania to send military to Ukraine

Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas said that all options are on the table to help Ukraine defeat Russia.

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Netherlands, Estonia, Lithuania to send military to Ukraine

KYIV, 1 March: Netherlands, Estonia and Lithuania are considering deploying troops in Ukraine.

High-elite officials in the Netherlands, Estonia and Lithuania have not yet ruled out the option of deploying their troops to Ukraine.

Officials have reiterated that military personnel will provide train there and help formulate plans without engaging in hostilities.

Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas said that all options are on the table to help Ukraine defeat Russia.

Speaking to the Politico Podcast, Kallas said, “I think there are talks that we’re sending our troops to Ukraine because we haven’t ruled out that option yet and all countries have realized that we have to take every step so that Ukraine could win against Russia.”

Lithuanian Chief Security Advisor to the President Kestutis Budris said that we are considering sending military instructors to Ukraine, but the priority is to provide arms to Ukraine.

We are talking about this possibility, and we are doing it openly. He said there are many subtle things about what can happen under what circumstances.

Dutch Defense Minister Onno Eichelsheim said that if Western troops are going to Ukraine, it should be a coalition.

I think we should keep all options open as to how we can best help Ukraine in this war, Eichelsheim said.

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