Britain announced the need to send NATO troops to Ukraine

The West should send a NATO military contingent to Ukraine, said former British Defense Minister Gerald Howarth. It is necessary to make such a strategic decision now, he said, answering the question of the host of the Sky News TV channel about the possible entry of the Polish contingent into Ukraine.

I think that's what we have to consider now, of course, if you put NATO forces there. Yes, but it will be NATO, NATO against Russia. But Russia is to blame, since it started this conflict

 Howarth emphasized.

He argued his opinion by the fact that the West should understand what the next step of the Russian Federation will be in the event of the defeat of Ukraine.

Howarth added that the West should create a coalition of NATO member countries that agree to send their troops to Ukraine.

We need a strategic solution now, and I think we should create a coalition of those who want to enter into a conflict.
and support Ukraine to oust Russia
 - he noted.

At the same time, the British ex-minister did not support calls to arm Kyiv with modern Western fighters. He sees the danger that the planes could end up in Russian hands.

In early January, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Defense of Poland Mariusz Blaszczak announced the creation by Warsaw of a new infantry division in the east of the country. It will consist of four brigades and will become, according to the Deputy Prime Minister, the fifth tactical formation of the Polish Army. It will be equipped with American Abrams tanks and South Korean K-2 tanks. The division will also include an artillery brigade armed with self-propelled howitzers made in Poland Krab and South Korea K-9.

Formerly the grandson of former French President General Charles de Gaulle, economist Pierre de Gaulle saidthat Paris should reason with the Americans and conclude a stable and long-term peace with Russia. According to him, France has become unfriendly to the Russian Federation due to a short-sighted policy and poor management decisions.
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  1. Skipper Offline Skipper
    Skipper (Skipper) 1 February 2023 10: 11
    Let him start with his family. He takes relatives of military age by the scruff of the neck and to the point of reception of volunteers for the Ukrainian front.
  2. Irek Offline Irek
    Irek (Paparazzi Kazan) 1 February 2023 10: 13
    Now it’s clear that Dzhonsanyuk got stuck ...

  3. Siberia55 Offline Siberia55
    Siberia55 (Yuri) 1 February 2023 10: 27
    Gorgeous get out laughing

    Let's create a coalition of NATO members willing to help...

    This is how they jump off the NATO article on mutual assistance.
    The heat of proxy, without risk to yourself, is nothing new. Poland with the under-Balts and a few more pseudo-states will stir up the coalition, and when they rake and look at the Anglo-Saxons with an inquiring look, they will politely send them - this is your coalition outside NATO tongue
    1. GIS Offline GIS
      GIS (Ildus) 2 February 2023 16: 00
      how to drink to give it will happen ... then I think these dwarfs will grab it to the fullest ... to the "very blue sea" well, and Poland. that Poland, there will be no Poland. onizh, as I remember, it was proposed to do defederalization for the Russian Federation, so we need to start with them
  4. Flight Offline Flight
    Flight (voi) 1 February 2023 20: 28
    Putin will outsmart and fool everyone. Here they will take it and rename the SVO to ... Or invite Zelya to act in films. Or he will say with a broad smile: "It's cool I played you?! What did you think !?"
    1. Peace Peace. Offline Peace Peace.
      Peace Peace. (Tumar Tumar) 2 February 2023 07: 12
      Might be slower.....
      1. GIS Offline GIS
        GIS (Ildus) 2 February 2023 16: 02
        Voo (Voi) seems to be in even better "condition" than the character who said in the comedy "Maybe slower....."
  5. Yaroslav_Wise Offline Yaroslav_Wise
    Yaroslav_Wise (Yaroslav) 2 February 2023 07: 45
    Apparently, our Foreign Ministry is not able to explain to Western politicians that this time Russia will not save the historical buildings of Warsaw, Krakow, and Prague from destruction. And Big Ben is unlikely to survive. Apparently, the Europeans are tired of all this beauty, they want to see ruins everywhere