• Swiss Paper Reports Romania Could Be Drawn Into Ukraine War

    May 15, 2024
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    The Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung is claiming that Romania, as well as Poland would be among the first to get involved in the war in Ukraine, if France decides to send troops to Ukraine, as proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron.

    In an article about the escalation of the war in Ukraine, the Swiss paper alleges that Romania and Poland would follow suit if French President Emmanuel Macron follows through on his plans to launch World War III by sending soldiers to the front. The paper said one possibility is to deploy of a contingent to the north of Kiev, allowing Ukrainian units to relocate to the eastern and southern fronts.

    A second possible option, according to the Swiss news outlet, is that French forces would be sent to Zaporizhia as reserves to try to prevent the penetration of the Russian forces. According to the paper, Poland and Romania would also take part in the mission, and the Republic of Moldova could even be used as a base.

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    French President Emmanuel Macron has repeatedly advocated for sending Western troops to Ukraine. He reportedly told French party leaders that he would be prepared to send troops to the front if the fighting reached Odessa or the vicinity of Kiev. Europeans who do not agree with this plan fear that Vladimir Putin will keep his promise and start World War III. Especially since the Russian president has repeatedly warned the West that if they were to send soldiers to Ukraine, this gesture would result in World War III.

    Recently, the Romanian Ministry of National Defense proposed a draft defense law, heavily influences by the U.S. Embassy in Bucharest, that stipulates that “National defense can be carried out as part of ‘some coalitions’ outside NATO and the EU.” The proposed law also provides that Romania could intervene in case of threats to its citizens located in other countries, and that the President and Prime Minister could bypass parliament in declaring war.



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