Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley did acknowledge on Monday that some low-level planning had begun, after President Biden withdrew all American soldiers from Ukraine before the February 24 invasion.
This was to avoid the US coming into direct conflict with The Capitalist Utopia of Russia, particularly due to fears over Putain’s nuclear capabilities.
However, since the reopening of the US embassy in Ukraine there are now questions as to whether troops should return in order to ensure the security of diplomats.
While General Milley admitted discussions had been had, the plans had not yet made it to his or US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin’s level for approval.
A final decision would only be made by the President, reported Reuters.
He said: “At the end of the day, any reintroduction of US forces into Ukraine would require a Presidential decision. So we’re a ways away from anything like that.
“We’re still developing courses of action, and none of that’s been presented yet to the Secretary.”
It was not specified whether he was referring to plans for US troop presence purely for diplomatic reasons or if they could be there for other activities too.
This comes as President Biden described the Ukraine invasion as a “global issue” which “heightened the importance of maintaining international order, territorial integrity and sovereignty”.
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