US once again rules out no-fly zone over Ukraine
The White House is not considering establishing a no-fly zone over Ukraine, Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Feb. 28.
According to Psaki, a no-fly zone over Ukraine would require U.S. military involvement, leading to a “potential direct conflict and potential war with Russia,” which is something the United States is trying to avoid.
The press secretary reiterated U.S. President Joe Biden’s “clear position that (he) has no intention to send U.S. troops into a war with Russia.”
Earlier, NATO’s General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg ruled out a no-fly zone over Ukraine while the Russian invasion of the country is in full swing.
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