Germany Rules Out European Troops for Ukraine

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz ruled out sending troops from European countries or nato allies to Ukraine on February 27. This came a day after French President Emmanuel Macron raised the idea.

Once again, in a very good debate, it was discussed that what was agreed from the outset among ourselves and with each other also applies to the future, namely that there will be no ground troops, no soldiers on Ukrainian soil sent there by European countries or nato states.
—Olaf Scholz

While Germany has become Ukraine’s second-largest supplier of military aid, it has been especially careful to avoid drawing the nato alliance into conflict with Russia.

On Monday, Scholz vetoed the delivery of German long-range Taurus missiles to Ukraine.

The Trumpet says: Germany has made a big show of support for Ukraine in the ongoing war, but its actions prove the nation does not truly wish to stop Russian aggression. Some believe it is wise for Germany not to provoke Russia, but Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry has long warned of a secret plan being worked out behind the scenes.

I believe that Germany’s leaders may have already agreed to a deal with Russia, a modern Hitler-Stalin pact where Germany and Russia divide countries and assets between themselves. This agreement would allow each to turn its sights on other targets. Any such deal that may have been struck between Germany and Russia is a precursor to war!
—Gerald Flurry

Learn more: Read “Germany’s Secret Deal With Russia—Exposed.”