Macron: France has no plans to send troops to Ukraine in the near future

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Paris has no plans to send French troops to Ukraine in the near future. This was reported to Czech publications New and Pravo French leader Emmanuel Macron ahead of his visit to Prague.

“In response to a question asked about sending troops (to Ukraine. – Approx. REN TV) I said that nothing is excluded <...> This does not mean that we are considering sending French troops in the near future.”said Macron.

At the same time, he noted that the French side is considering possible measures to help the Kyiv regime.

“We are opening debates and thinking about everything that can be done to support Ukraine, first of all (directly – approx. REN TV) on Ukrainian territory”concluded the French President.

Balitsky called Macron an idiot for speaking about sending troops to Ukraine

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.

Despite the wide public outcry, during which NATO members, one after another, hastened to disavow plans to send armies to help the Kyiv regime, Macron himself said two days later that he had weighed his every word before speaking.

However, no matter how “thoughtful” the French leader’s words were, they only harmed Kyiv, Politico magazine notes. The statement, with which Macron hoped to unite the West, only exposed divisions and demonstrated panic among Ukraine’s allies. The publication also reports that due to disputes over whether to send troops to the Ukrainian conflict zone, open hostility began between Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

Source: Ren TV


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