“We should not exclude that there might be a need for security that then justifies some elements of deployment…Nothing should be excluded. We will do whatever it takes to ensure that Russia cannot win this war.”

These statements came from Emmanuel Macron, the president of France. He was speaking at a Paris news conference on the occasion of European, Canadian, and U.S. leaders gathering in the city to discuss the Ukraine emergency situation. He said that sending NATO troops to Ukraine “could not be ruled out.” [2][3]

In response, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said, “In that case, we would need to talk not about the probability, but about the inevitability [of direct conflict].” [4]

To put it bluntly, a direct conflict between NATO and Russia would mean World War III. [5]

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