Ukraine conflict, first batch of US military aid arrives in Poland

Sunday, February 6, 2022

The first contingent of US military aid has arrived in Poland following the Ukraine conflict. According to the US President, more troops will be sent soon.

US President Joe Biden reportedly announced this week that he would send more US troops to Eastern Europe to help Western allies.

The US president announced this week that he would send troops to Eastern Europe. Western nations feel that Russia is about to launch a new attack on Ukraine.

Meanwhile, the Polish army has confirmed that the first contingent of US troops arrived in Warsaw on Saturday.

The US troops will join NATO forces already stationed in Eastern Europe.And 1,700 more are leaving for Poland soon.

According to local media reports, the accommodation of these soldiers has been arranged in Jasivanka, where temporary shelter houses have been set up. The area has also been cordoned off for the movement of civilians.

Earlier, the number of US troops in Poland was about 4,500.According to US President Joe Biden, 3,000 more troops will be sent to Eastern Europe to provide military assistance to NATO allies.

The United States and its Western allies have claimed that Russia has about 100,000 troops stationed on Ukraine's border and plans military action in Ukraine.

However, the Moscow government has consistently denied the allegations. The Russian president has said he wants peace, not war. But Western measures are provoking them to war.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky recently accused Western countries of exaggerating the threat of Russian aggression, which is incorrect.In addition, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoan has said that US intervention in Ukraine has increased the threat of Russian invasion.

The Turkish president added that Western countries have exacerbated the Ukraine crisis, while US President Joe Biden has failed to respond appropriately.


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