Estonia is considering the possibility of sending its forces to Ukraine to participate within the logistical lines Estonia is considering the possibility of sending its forces to Ukraine to participate within the logistical lines

Estonia is considering the possibility of sending its forces to Ukraine to participate within the logistical lines

Estonia is considering the possibility of sending its forces to Ukraine to participate within the logistical lines

Estonian National Security Advisor Madis Ruhl said Monday that his country's government is studying the possibility of sending its forces to western Ukraine to assume logistical tasks, which will allow Kiev's forces to fight on the front lines.

Rolle added in an interview with Breaking Defense magazine: “The Estonian authorities are discussing the possibility of sending their forces to the western part of Ukraine to exchange roles and assume some logistical tasks on behalf of the Ukrainian soldiers without engaging in combat operations, so that the latter can fully pay attention to the battles on the fronts without distractions.”

He continued: "The discussions are continuing and we must consider all options. We should not limit our minds to what we can do."

According to Ruhl, the Estonian executive would prefer to take such a step within the framework of a full NATO mission, but the possibility of the country participating in a smaller coalition is also not excluded.

Recently, NATO countries have increasingly begun to talk about direct intervention in the Ukrainian conflict. For example, last week French President Emmanuel Macron announced the possibility of sending French forces to Ukraine, and British Foreign Secretary David Cameron also considered that the Ukrainian armed forces could attack Russian territory with British missiles.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described what is happening as an unprecedented round of escalation of tension, which requires special attention and measures.

For its part, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported that  President Vladimir Putin instructed the start of preparations to conduct military exercises on the use of non-strategic nuclear weapons .

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  2. Estonia considers sending forces to Ukraine for logistical support, allowing Ukrainian troops to focus on frontline combat. Discussions ongoing, potential NATO mission involvement.

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