What did Macron say? Well, Putin will get angry

And it seems that the deployment of Western ground forces is no longer ruled out either, writes Deutsche Welle.
Emmanuel Macron does not rule out the use of French ground forces in Ukraine. Nothing has been ruled out to prevent Russia's victory in Ukraine, the French president said after the end of the conference on aid to Ukraine held last night (February 26) in Paris.
At the meeting of more than 20 heads of state and government, which was also attended by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, there was no common position regarding ground forces, but, as Macron said, nothing can be ruled out in the future course of the war.

Never say never

"Today there is no consensus on the official sending of ground forces, but nothing can be ruled out," Macron said. "We will do everything necessary to ensure that Russia does not win this war."
Many people who today said "never, never" are the same people who two years ago said "never, never tanks, never, never planes, never, never long-range missiles", the French president reminded and added that today we are discussing how to be faster and stronger in delivering tanks and missiles. "So, anything is possible if it helps achieve our goal."
"Today's general conclusion is that the security of all of us is at stake," Macron said at the beginning of the conference, which was organized in the short term. Russia, he says, is getting tougher - politically and on the front in Ukraine, where new Russian attacks threaten.
Russia's defeat, he believes, is necessary for stability and security in Europe, and that is why those who support Ukraine must make even more efforts. "We are in the process of securing our security today and tomorrow," Macron said and at the same time emphasized: "We do not want...

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