After Scholz and Biden with a message to Macron: We will not send troops to Ukraine

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The United States will not send troops to Ukraine, the White House said today after the President of France hinted at such a possibility.

National Security Council spokeswoman Adrienne Watson said President Joe Biden was clear when he said his country had no intention of sending troops to fight on the frontline in Ukraine, Reuters reports.

French President Emmanuel Macron said yesterday, after the summit of European leaders in Paris, that although there is no consensus on sending troops from European countries to Ukraine, "nothing can be ruled out" because, as he indicated, each country has the sovereign right to decide where to send them. deployed its ground forces.

Disagreement with the idea of ​​sending troops to Ukraine was also expressed by Germany, Great Britain, Spain, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Greece, Poland and Hungary.

The Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, also opposed this idea.

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