Fear no Man shares an article – White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan issued grave warnings about Russia and Ukraine on Sunday, but insisted that US forces being deployed to Europe have “not been sent to fight Russian forces in Ukraine.”
During an appearance on ABC’s ‘The Week’, Sullivan echoed the statements of other US officials by claiming a Russian invasion of Ukraine could happen as early as tomorrow, despite Moscow repeatedly denying allegations that internal troop movements were preparing for a potential conflict.
Sullivan insisted, however, that sending 1,700 US troops to Poland, part of a 3,000-strong deployment to Europe, was not a move to escalate tensions in the region – something Ukraine itself has accused the West of doing in recent weeks.
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The deployed forces, Sullivan said, have “not been sent to fight Russian forces in Ukraine.” They are there to “defend our NATO allies” and to send a “clear message” to Russia that “aggression” against those allies will be met with a “stiff response,” he stated.
Sullivan claimed there is a “very distinct” possibility that Russia will invade Ukraine, maybe even “as soon as tomorrow.”
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