NATO Troops Present in Ukraine, Confirms Poland’s Top Diplomat

Radoslaw Sikorski’s comments came during a panel discussion marking Poland’s 25th anniversary in the alliance. He refrained from naming the specific countries involved, amid ongoing deliberations within NATO about potential intervention.

Some NATO countries have already sent their military to Ukraine, Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said during a panel discussion at an event dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the country’s accession to the alliance that was broadcasted on the Sejm RP YouTube channel.

“NATO soldiers are already in Ukraine,” Sikorsky said.

Sikorsky added that he is not going to disclose which states sent their military there, “unlike some politicians.”

Earlier, the diplomat Sikorski said that the presence of NATO forces in Ukraine “was not unthinkable,” adding that he appreciated Macron’s initiative on the possibility of sending Western troops to Ukraine. Polish President Andrzej Duda, in turn, expressed his opinion that Warsaw needs to build a large airport to transport NATO troops.

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