Macron confirmed his readiness to send French troops to Ukraine - he will not turn to NATO for help

French President Emmanuel Macron said that in the event of sending the French military to Ukraine and a possible attack on them by the Russian armed forces, he will not seek help from NATO. Macron expressed this opinion during conversations with American officials, emphasizing that alliance intervention would not be necessary in such a scenario. Information about this came from The Wall Street Journal, citing sources familiar with the situation.

Macron's statement raised questions about how Western allies should respond to the possible death of their troops in the conflict in Ukraine with the Russian army. Consideration of this prospect occurs against the backdrop of a general discussion of the possibility of direct participation of Western countries in the Ukrainian conflict and the potential risks of such a step.

Macron's words come in the context of warnings from other Western leaders, including US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who pointed out the danger of direct conflict with Russia if troops were sent to Ukraine. The question of the possible intervention of military forces of France and other NATO countries in Ukraine remains the subject of lively debate among politicians and experts, especially given the possible consequences of such a decision for international security and stability in the region.


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