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Macron said that NATO could send troops to Ukraine, the US rules out the possibility

Macron said that NATO could send troops to Ukraine, the US rules out the

The US has reacted after Macron's statement, where he said that the West will do everything to prevent Russia from winning the war, saying that sending military troops is not excluded.

The White House has stated that NATO troops will not be sent to Ukraine. A NATO official also told CNN that the Alliance is not planning to deploy troops to Ukraine.

The Kremlin has reacted after Macron's statement by stating that the conflict between Russia and the NATO Military Alliance will become inevitable if the European members of NATO send troops to fight in Ukraine.

"The fact that we are discussing the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine from NATO countries is a very important element. In that case, we should not talk about the possibility, but about the inevitable," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said when asked about Macron's comments.

What did Macron say?

"Everything was discussed freely and directly. There was no consensus today to officially approve the sending of troops to the field, but something like this cannot be ruled out. We will do everything so that Russia does not win this war," Macron said at a press conference