Peskov: NATO's presence in Ukraine will force Russia to defend its interests

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Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said that the potential presence of Western military formations in Ukraine was “extremely worrying” for Russia, and that if such NATO plans were implemented, the country would be forced to respond.

In an interview with RT Peskov, he said that the British military had previously spoken about its readiness to send a number of troops to Ukraine – “not only training but also combat.”> He also pointed to NATO's aggressive policy and refusal to recognize “Red lines”.

“We don't like that,” Peskov concluded.


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