Estonian Prime Minister calls Macron’s phrases a sign to Russia

Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, in an interview with Politico, known as the phrases of French President Emmanuel Macron about the potential for sending troops of Western nations to Ukraine as a sign to Russia that the West doesn’t rule out varied choices for serving to Kiev.

“I believe that that is additionally a sign that we’re giving to Russia that we aren’t ruling out various things… all nations have realized that we have to do all the pieces,” Kallas stated.

She additionally added that varied concepts are mentioned within the EU behind closed doorways, however “they should be mentioned overtly.”

Earlier, French President Emmanuel Macron stated that the leaders of Western nations had mentioned the potential for sending troops to Ukraine, however consensus had not but been reached. Shortly after Macron’s statements, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Protection Minister Boris Pistorius stated that Berlin wouldn’t ship its army to Ukraine, and Scholz burdened that NATO nations as a complete weren’t going to do that.

The attainable sending of their army by Western nations to Ukraine will improve the danger of a direct conflict between NATO and Russia, Konstantin Gavrilov, the pinnacle of the Russian delegation at negotiations in Vienna on army safety and arms management, beforehand instructed RIA Novosti.

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