The White House has confirmed that the administration of US President Joe Biden will under no circumstances send armed forces to Ukraine to fight Russia.
“I don’t know how many times I’ll have to repeat this. He will send American forces to fight Russia in Ukraine,” White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in response to a question on the subject at a news conference Wednesday evening.
“We will not go to war with Russia and we will not deploy forces in Ukraine to fight against Russia. This vision and stance of the President has not changed,” Psaki said.
And the US Department of Defense recently announced that dozens of combat helicopters, 8 F-35 fighters, and 800 additional soldiers from its forces previously deployed in Europe have been transferred to Poland and the Baltic states to “strengthen NATO’s eastern flank.” Biden.
Biden accused his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, on Tuesday of launching an “invasion of Ukraine” against the background of the recognition of the independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics, announcing that he would impose sanctions on Russia and taking measures to “strengthen” it. Allies” and said in one of his speeches: “It is very clear that these purely defensive steps on our part do not have any intention of fighting Russia. net I’ll tell you somehow.”
However, Biden said: “We are confident that the United States and its allies will defend every inch of NATO territory while fulfilling our commitments to the alliance.” net “We want to send a message,” he said.
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