Slovakia’s PM reveals NATO, EU states still considering sending troops to Ukraine
03/13/2024 // Kevin Hughes // Views

North Atlantic Treaty Organization and European Union member states are preparing to send troops to Ukraine, according to Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico.

Fico, perceived by the West as a pro-Russian politician, provided no specific information on how Western soldiers could be deployed to help Ukraine, and reporters claim he was possibly just trying to stir up trouble. (Related: White House threatens to SEND AMERICAN TROOPS TO UKRAINE if Congress doesn't approve more aid.)

He was speaking in advance of a hurriedly arranged meeting of European leaders in Paris because of what his advisers said was an escalation in Russian aggression over the past few weeks.

The meeting indicates that "a number of NATO and EU member states are considering that they will send their troops to Ukraine on a bilateral basis," Fico said in a televised briefing after a meeting with Slovakia's security council.

"I cannot say for what purpose and what they should be doing there," Fico said, adding that Slovakia, a member of both NATO and the EU, would not be deploying soldiers to Ukraine. He warned that the move could lead to an escalation of the conflict in Ukraine.

In another interview, Fico reported that the thought of Europe and NATO sending troops to Ukraine to fight Russia sent "shivers down his spine."

Since Fico's election in late October 2023, Slovakia has been regarded as a valuable asset to Russia, as Fico has made it clear that it does not want to spend Slovakian taxpayer money on Ukraine.

Fico previously noted that any attempt by the Western world to unite on a strategy on Ukraine would be unsuccessful thanks to him. At another instance, he even mentioned that there was "no war in Kyiv" and that life there was "absolutely normal."

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European leaders deny planning to send troops to Ukraine

Officially, Western leaders still publicly refuse to consider sending troops on the ground to avoid starting a direct conflict with Russia. But this has not prevented planning for future training deployments in Ukraine to improve Kyiv's military.

"The Czech Republic certainly is not preparing to send any soldiers to Ukraine, nobody has to worry about that," said Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala.

French President Emmanuel Macron, in a recent meeting with NATO members, declared that a new alliance would be made to provide Ukraine with more longer-range missiles and munitions, adding that France is not excluding the possibility of sending ground forces to battle Russians.

"There is no consensus today to send ground troops … but nothing should be excluded," said Macron following the meeting in Paris. "We will do whatever it takes to ensure that Russia cannot win this war."

Macron added that the new bloc would be established to provide "missiles and bombs of medium- and long-range" to Ukraine while adding "We are convinced that the defeat of Russia is indispensable to security and stability in Europe."

President Joe Biden and his administration have reaffirmed their belief that the "path to victory" for Ukraine is supplying military aid "so Ukrainian troops have the weapons and ammunition they need to defend themselves."

"President Biden has been clear that the United States will not send troops to fight in Ukraine," the White House said.

Other notable Western leaders like German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak have also denied claims that they would be deploying troops to Ukraine. Although Sunak did admit that there was a small number of British personnel in Ukraine helping to train the country's armed forces.

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