The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced how decisions on sending troops to Ukraine will be made 02/28/2024, 22:34

Each country will decide for itself whether to send its army to Ukraine. This was stated by the official representative of the United States Department of State, Matthew Miller. RIA News.

Miller also noted that the United States does not intend to send troops to help Kiev.

“Other countries will decide what they want to do. But a State Department spokesman said the President, on behalf of the United States, had made it clear that “there will be no American military in the field.”

Yesterday Miller registeredThat the United States does not send combat units or instructors to Ukraine to train fighters of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

Before this, French President Emmanuel Macron held a meeting with leaders of about 20 Western countries. The escalation of conflicts in Ukraine in recent weeks was discussed at the meeting. Among other things, the president of France asked a question About the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine from European countries.

Formerly Secretary General of NATO in the name Increase arms supplies to Ukraine “for the sake of peace.”

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Source: Gazeta

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