Boots on the Ground Already?!

( – In a mind-blowing revelation stressing the West’s high stakes in the war Putin’s Russia is waging against Ukraine, Poland’s foreign minister has disclosed that soldiers from the US-led NATO alliance are already present on Ukrainian territory.

This announcement by Radoslaw Sikorski, a man deemed a NATO Secretary General candidate on more than one occasion, came as part of growing rhetoric in Europe on the possibility of deploying troops supporting Ukraine.

During a commemorative event in the Polish Parliament, marking the 25th anniversary of Poland’s accession to NATO, Radosław Sikorski confirmed the presence of alliance troops in Ukraine.

His comments follow a series of statements from European leaders, including French President Emmanuel Macron’s declaration that all options are on the table and the inadvertent hints by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz that UK and French troops might be present in Ukraine to help direct the Storm Shadow/SCALP missies their nations have supplied to the Ukrainians.

“Soldiers from NATO countries are already in Ukraine. I would like to thank the countries that take this risk,” Sikorski stated.

He further remarked that the identities of these countries are known to them, albeit he refrained from specifying any names, Breitbart News reports.

The notion of NATO’s military involvement in Ukraine has gained traction, notably with President Macron’s assertion that deploying NATO soldiers to Ukraine remains a viable option.

Despite a general consensus against such a move among alliance leaders, Macron and a few others continue to entertain the idea.

According to Breitbart, this might be a strategic psychological game aimed at unsettling Putin rather than signaling any real fear on the part of NATO members.

Russia’s reaction to these developments was swift as Russian officials have been claiming the presence of Western forces in Ukraine long before Moscow invaded its neighbor for the first time in 2014.

Foreign Minister Sikorski, known for his firm stance against Russian aggression, previously advocated for a stronger US military presence in Poland to counteract Russia’s territorial ambitions.

“For the first time since the Second World War, one European country has taken a province by force from another European country… America, we hope, has ways of reassuring us that we haven’t even thought about. There are major bases in Britain, in Spain, in Portugal, in Greece, in Italy. Why not here?” Sikorski said back in June 2014, when he was also Poland’s foreign minister.

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