With the drums of war beating, Biden decides to send troops to Ukraine

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Biden Journalists before leaving egg house To Kansas City, Missouri: "This is not on the table (meaning the deployment of US forces in Ukraine)".

و :ضاف: "We have a moral and legal obligation to our allies in NATO, in the event of an attack, in accordance with Article V of the Treaty of the Alliance. It is a sacred obligation".

و .كد US President This obligation does not extend to Ukraine.

However, Biden hinted that the United States may strengthen its military presence in countries "NATO"Ukraine is helping to develop its defense capabilities.

Waqal: "We may need to strengthen our presence in NATO countries, especially those on the Eastern Front".

He revealed some details of the closed summit that he gathered with his counterpart the President Vladimir Putin, two days ago, stressing that he threatened the latter to face economic sanctions, the likes of which he had never seen before, if he invaded Ukraine.

Waqal: "I was very clear that if he (Putin) invades Ukraine, he will face dire economic consequences, which he has never experienced before.".

Tension level rose between Ukraine and RussiaThe latter has amassed huge forces on the border, and Kiev fears that this will be a prelude to a massive military invasion.

Intelligence reports monitored Moscow’s mobilization of more than 70,000 soldiers at the borders of Ukraine, but Russia says that its military moves do not threaten anyone.

It believes that Kiev is the one who is mobilizing forces in the Donbass region, which is witnessing clashes between pro-Moscow militants and Ukrainian government forces.

It indicates that there are western movements in the Black Sea region representing "a provocation to her"and demands a halt to the expansion "NATO" eastward.

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informed Biden Journalists before leaving egg house To Kansas City, Missouri: “This is not on the table (meaning the deployment of US forces in Ukraine).”

He added, “We have a moral and legal obligation to our allies in NATO, in the event of an attack, in accordance with Article V of the Treaty of the Alliance. It is a sacred obligation.”

و .كد US President This obligation does not extend to Ukraine.

However, Biden hinted that the United States might strengthen its military presence in NATO countries, and help Ukraine develop its defense capabilities.

“We may need to strengthen our presence in NATO countries, especially those on the eastern front,” he said.

He revealed some details of the closed summit that he gathered with his counterpart the President Vladimir Putin, two days ago, stressing that he threatened the latter to face economic sanctions, the likes of which he had never seen before, if he invaded Ukraine.

“I was very clear that if (Putin) invaded Ukraine, he would face dire economic consequences, which he has never experienced before,” he said.

Tension level rose between Ukraine and RussiaThe latter has amassed huge forces on the border, and Kiev fears that this will be a prelude to a massive military invasion.

Intelligence reports monitored Moscow’s mobilization of more than 70,000 soldiers at the borders of Ukraine, but Russia says that its military moves do not threaten anyone.

It believes that Kiev is the one who is mobilizing forces in the Donbass region, which is witnessing clashes between pro-Moscow militants and Ukrainian government forces.

She points out that there are Western movements in the Black Sea region that represent a “provocation to it”, and demands a halt to the expansion of “NATO” to the east.







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