Macron and his firm stance on Ukraine

“There’s no consensus today to send in an official, endorsed manner troops on the ground. But in terms of dynamics, nothing can be ruled out.”

That’s what French President Emmanuel Macron said at a press conference about the possibility of sending troops in Ukraine to confront the Russian army’s invasion.

However, only Latvia and Lithuania openly supported this proposal.

In the third episode of our “European Momentum” series, 444 explains how the statement made by the French Prime Minister highlights the differing views among the various NATO countries on this issue.

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