NATO allies say no to Macron's idea of troops in Ukraine

The French president faced pushback after suggesting soldiers be deployed to Ukraine

Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Emmanuel Macron
The Kremlin warned that any deployment would "inevitably" lead to direct confrontation between Russia and NATO
(Image credit: Thibault Camus / Pool / AFP via Getty Images)

What happened?

French President Emmanuel Macron faced pushback from NATO allies after suggesting the alliance consider deploying soldiers to Ukraine.

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