Is Europe ready to go to war with Russia? NATO makes a worrying decision

NATO has decided to initiate the delivery of protection against various types of warfare attacks on the territory of Ukraine.

The war in Ukraine started by Russia continues after one month. So, NATO is thinking about delivering protection against possible nuclear, chemical, or biological attacks to Ukraine.

Historical allies commit themselves

The appeal to European and American leaders has been heard. Long-time allies, Volodymyr Zelenskyy has now turned to certain NATO member countries to ask for help.

First of all, humanitarian aid, but also aid in the form of war equipment, as it is difficult to compete against the Russian army led by Vladimir Putin. In response, NATO has decided to provide war material to protect itself from a possible attack... Chemical, biological, and nuclear.

In addition to medical support, NATO forces will now allow the Ukrainian head of state and his soldiers to compete against the scale of violence from the bombings.

Double protection for NATO

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has thus decreed that technical assistance should be provided to the soldiers. He asserted that allied countries should help Ukraine:

This could include detection, protection, and medical supplies, as well as training for decontamination and crisis management.

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The are two motivations for this implementation: to defend Ukraine, but also to protect the member countries. If some troops were sent by Emmanuel Macron to Romania or Poland, the Americans are also very present since the beginning of the conflict.

Indeed, after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's 'vital' call for help, the United States declared that it hadbegun 'consultations to provide anti-ship missiles to Ukraine,' as a senior American official clearly indicated during the last extraordinary NATO summit.

This article was translated fromOh!MyMag FR.

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