Czech Prime Minister: No one in Europe will send forces to Ukraine, The topic is completely closed Czech Prime Minister: No one in Europe will send forces to Ukraine, The topic is completely closed

Czech Prime Minister: No one in Europe will send forces to Ukraine, The topic is completely closed

Czech Prime Minister: No one in Europe will send forces to Ukraine, The topic is completely closed

Czech Prime Minister Peter Fiala said on Thursday that the issue of sending military personnel from European Union and NATO countries to Ukraine is completely closed in Europe.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in his letter to the Federal Assembly on Thursday that NATO risks provoking a nuclear conflict if it sends soldiers to Ukraine.

“No one in Europe will send troops to Ukraine,” Fiala said. “At the [meeting in Paris] the participants fully agreed not to discuss this matter further.”

Last Tuesday, French President Emmanuel Macron announced that  sending Western forces to Ukraine in the future should not be “ruled out ,” noting that there is no consensus on this step currently.

The American media expressed  pessimism towards the French president's idea  and doubted its effectiveness. They also warned that this might lead to the largest land conflict Europe has witnessed since World War II.

For its part, Moscow criticized this idea and described it as seeking to ignite a global conflict between Russia and the West. The press secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov confirmed that sending NATO forces to Kiev  would spark a direct conflict between the alliance and Russia and lead to an escalation of the situation .

Peskov also warned that the presence of NATO forces in Ukraine would turn the possibility of a conflict between Russia and NATO from “possible” to “inevitable.”

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  1. Czech Prime Minister Peter Fiala's assertion reflects Europe's consensus against sending troops to Ukraine, echoing Russian President Putin's warning of potential nuclear conflict if NATO intervenes. Macron's proposal faces skepticism amid fears of escalating tensions and sparking a major European conflict.

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