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No one in Europe is going to send troops to Ukraine

Feb 29, 2024

None of the European countries is going to send their troops to Ukraine, because the majority considers such an idea unacceptable.


This was stated by the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Petr Fiala, reports RBC-Ukraine regarding CTK.

"It was useful for some soldiers, for example, from France, to be on the territory of Ukraine, not to fight there, but perhaps to help in training," the head of the Czech government said during a speech in the parliament.

But, according to him, the vast majority of European countries have agreed that this issue will not be discussed or considered in the future, as such an idea is "unacceptable" for them.

"No one in Europe is going to send troops to Ukraine... I don't think it is necessary to dramatize and scare people with some things that no one proposed and is not proposing in the form in which they are interpreted," Fiala said.

He said that French President Emmanuel Macron raised a similar topic on the sidelines of a special summit in Paris. But the discussions took a "minimum of time."

Well, sit and wait for Russian troops to come to you along with nuclear bombs. And we can handle it ourselves.

Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 01/03/2024

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