Poland should not rule out the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine

Poland should not rule out the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine

Poland should not rule out the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine, the Polish Foreign Minister said on Tuesday.

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In response to a question about the possibility of sending Polish soldiers to Ukraine, Radoslaw Sikorski said: “We must not rule out any option.”

He added in an interview with three European daily newspapers, including the Polish newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza: “Let (Russian President Vladimir) Putin guess what we will do.”

In the past, the Polish minister had already raised the possibility of sending NATO soldiers to Ukraine.

In March, he said that “the presence of NATO forces in Ukraine is not excluded.”

He said on the X network (formerly Twitter): “I appreciate the initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, because it is about ensuring that Putin is afraid, not that we are afraid of Putin.”

President Macron expressed this idea in February, causing a stir among Kiev's allies, even if some have since taken a step in his direction, particularly in the face of Russian advances on the Eastern Front.

The French head of state recently raised this possibility again, estimating that transmission would be possible if Moscow penetrates the “front lines” and if Kiev requests it.

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Poland has been an infallible ally of Ukraine.

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