May 20, 2022

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Biden has no plans to send US or NATO troops to Ukraine

US President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that he had “no intention” of sending US or NATO troops to Ukraine, while believing that the Russian invasion would have “enormous consequences” and “change the world.”


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NWe have no intention of stationing US or NATO forces in Ukraine, ”he told reporters during a visit to a small business in Washington, D.C.

However, the US president reiterated that Russia would expose itself to “significant” sanctions during the attack.

To a journalist who asked him if he could consider allowing the Russian president in person, Joe Biden replied “yes”, “I can conceive of it”.

On the other hand, the US president has refused to speculate on when the attack on Ukraine could intervene. “It’s like studying coffee grounds,” he said of Vladimir Putin: “it depends on his decision.” Joe Biden reiterated that if Russia “occupies the whole country” or “very little,” not only that, but the “whole world” will have “enormous consequences.” It was “the biggest invasion since World War II,” he said. “It will change the world.”

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