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The Prime Minister of Latvia commented on the possibility of sending NATO troops to Ukraine.

The Prime Minister of Latvia commented on the possibility of sending NATO troops to Ukraine.

Latvian Prime Minister Evika Silina did not directly answer the question about the possibility of sending NATO troops to Ukraine.

“There are procedures in the Alliance that are primarily related not to politicians, but to the military. I think we need military analysis to determine whether sending a contingent will really help Ukraine,” she said during a speech at the Atlantic Council in Washington.

The Prime Minister added that if Ukraine loses, the EU will see the consequences of international disagreements.

At the end of February, Macron said that Paris would do everything to prevent Russia “from winning this war.” According to him, the leaders of Western countries have discussed the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine, but no consensus has yet been reached. Later, the politician, who was sharply criticized for these statements, noted that all his words were carefully considered. He also emphasized that Paris “has no limits or red lines” on the issue of assistance to Kyiv.