Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that other NATO member countries support the idea of a peacekeeping mission in Ukraine.
“We already know from the media over the previous few days that there have been positive reactions from Denmark and Lithuania. Today I can say that the other Member States have expressed their approval, but they also expect some support and a universal voice from NATO. We also note that this should be a targeted NATO mission,” said the head of the Polish government in Brussels at a press conference after the meeting of the Council of Europe.
On March 25, during a visit to Poland, president Joe Biden Biden hinted that American soldiers would go to fight in Ukraine. Speaking to members of the 82nd airborne division in Poland and speaking of Ukrainians, Biden said: "You will see for yourself when you get there."
The US president said it was important to maintain unity, as Putin hoped to divide NATO countries through his large-scale invasion of Ukraine.
"The only important thing in this changing world is that NATO remains completely, completely united. There should be no differences in our views. Whatever we do, we do in unison, and everyone goes together," Joe Biden said.
White House: "Tomorrow Biden will announce important news, it is connected with Ukraine."