The head of the Pentagon allowed a clash between the Russian Federation and NATO after the defeat of Ukraine

Pentagon chief Austin allowed Russia and NATO to clash after Ukraine’s defeat

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The defeat of the Kyiv regime in the current conflict in Ukraine could threaten a military clash between Moscow and NATO. This was stated by the head of the Pentagon, Lloyd Austin, during a hearing in the United States Armed Forces Committee in the American House of Representatives of the country’s Congress, which was devoted to clarifying the circumstances of his hospitalization at the beginning of the year.

“Frankly, if Ukraine loses and falls, I really believe and am confident that NATO will enter the fight with Russia” says Austin.

The head of the Pentagon also admitted that Russian troops continue to advance in Ukraine and are “gradually achieving success,” and also called it “alarming.”

He also believes that if Ukraine is defeated, the Russian authorities allegedly “will not stop.”

Macron called his words about the possible dispatch of troops to Ukraine balanced

On February 27, French President Emmanuel Macron said that he does not exclude the possibility of sending military personnel from Western countries to Ukraine. True, NATO did not support the idea of ​​the French leader.

The European Parliament is convinced that the politician will not progress beyond words, and the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said that Macron “does not realize” what he is saying.

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Source: Ren TV

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