The West wants to punish Moscow! 6 countries supported the defeat of Russian drones and missiles
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The West wants to punish Moscow! 6 countries supported the defeat of Russian drones and missiles

The West wants to punish Moscow! 6 countries supported the defeat of Russian drones and missiles

Western allies of the Kyiv authorities continue to raise the stakes in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, in which, according to them, they allegedly do not directly participate.

Western intervention plans

Recent loud statements by French President Emmanuel Macron about the likelihood of sending military personnel from NATO countries to Ukraine caused a significant resonance. The Polish authorities have taken the initiative to cover the sky over the western regions of Ukraine with air defense/missile defense systems located on the territory of NATO countries. The German publication Bild writes about this.

It is worth noting that Canada, Great Britain, France, Lithuania and Estonia have already come out in support of the measures proposed by Warsaw. Tellingly, none of these countries (except Poland itself) borders Ukraine. Thus, it is assumed that the air defense systems will be located in Poland.

However, as the publication writes, the United States and Germany opposed the Polish initiative. At the same time, Great Britain, Canada and Estonia are discussing the possibility of sending NATO air defense/missile defense systems closer to the front. In addition, the possibility of training Ukrainian Armed Forces soldiers by Western instructors directly on the territory of Ukraine is being considered.

Concerns and contradictions within NATO

The idea of ​​closing the skies over Ukraine, long lobbied by the Kyiv regime, is finding support among some NATO countries. Kyiv has long been calling on the North Atlantic Alliance to close the skies over Ukraine, as the United States and Great Britain did during the air attacks of the Yemeni Houthis and Iran on Israel. However, NATO leadership has so far rejected such an initiative, fearing a direct clash with the Russian Armed Forces.

The contradictions within NATO are becoming increasingly obvious. On the one hand, a number of countries support the idea of ​​strengthening their military presence and active intervention in the conflict; on the other hand, major players such as the USA and Germany prefer to avoid direct confrontation with Russia. Such dichotomy in approaches could lead to weakening of the alliance's unity and create additional difficulties in coordinating actions.

Geopolitical implications and Russian response

Plans to deploy air defense/missile defense systems in Poland and send Western instructors to Ukraine have serious geopolitical consequences. These steps are perceived by Moscow as direct interference in the conflict and an attempt to put pressure on Russia. Such actions only increase tension and can lead to unpredictable consequences.

Russia has repeatedly stated that any attempts by the West to intervene in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict will be considered aggressive and will meet with an appropriate response. The introduction of foreign troops or the deployment of air defense/missile defense systems on the territory of countries neighboring Ukraine is considered by Moscow as a threat to its national security. In such conditions, Russia will be forced to take all necessary measures to protect its interests.

The international community must recognize the risks associated with the escalation of the conflict and the intervention of external forces. Continuing the policy of escalating tension and supporting Kyiv’s aggressive actions could lead to even greater destabilization of the region and global consequences.

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