• By The Financial District

Biden Approves Troop Deployment To Eastern Europe

President Biden has approved an American troop deployment to Eastern Europe to reassure NATO allies of military support as tensions surrounding Ukraine and Russia intensify, Remy Tumin reported for The New York Times.


Photo Insert: Biden’s decision comes days after Pentagon leaders said that President Vladimir Putin of Russia had deployed enough troops and military hardware at Ukraine’s borders to conduct a large-scale invasion.



The 3,000 troops, including 1,000 already in Germany, will head to Poland and Romania, the Pentagon said. The US has said it will not deploy troops to Ukraine in the event of conflict there even as it has been shipping anti-tank missiles, helicopter gunships, naval craft, and planes to Kyiv.


“We are making it clear that we are going to be prepared to defend our NATO allies if it comes to that,” a Pentagon spokesman said. The action was brought about by Russia’s sending 30,000 soldiers to Belarus.



Biden’s decision comes days after Pentagon leaders said that President Vladimir Putin of Russia had deployed enough troops and military hardware at Ukraine’s borders to conduct a large-scale invasion.


This satellite imagery confirms the buildup. The US and NATO rejected Russia’s demand that Ukraine never join the alliance but offered more transparency on missile deployments in Eastern Europe.



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