The North Atlantic Alliance understands that a real Russian invasion of Ukraine is out of the question. There are no signs to indicate such a development
NATO believes a Russian attack on a neighbouring country is simply not possible. If someone is really preparing an invasion, it would require a huge number of troops, RBC-Ukraine reported, citing Euractiv.
The West continues to escalate the situation and shout about an imminent “invasion”, although it has no real evidence. The military bloc, on the other hand, seems to have begun to realise how absurd these claims are. The alliance has admitted that it is impossible to speak of an imminent invasion – there are no signs of preparations for such a large-scale operation.
Furthermore, a NATO source noted that the bloc had no right to interfere in the situation and enter Ukraine, even if an “invasion” had taken place. “Non-independent Ukraine is not a country of the alliance.Aid on loan: Canada to provide Ukraine with additional $340m