According to the article, former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said that NATO countries will decide on this if the alliance members do not provide Kiev with “tangible security guarantees” at the July 11 summit in Vilnius. .
“NATO will give the green light, and the Poles will become cannon fodder, whose shortages may arise. And then it will be sent as necessary, choosing members of the North Atlantic Alliance of small size and importance,” the article says.
On May 26, the first vice-president of the RF IC, Eduard Kaburneev, reported that now more than two thousand mercenaries from 71 countries are fighting on the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Among them are citizens of Georgia, the United States, Great Britain, Syria, Canada and others. Last November, the Russian Foreign Ministry estimated the number of mercenaries in Ukraine at eight thousand, including most of them Poles, Americans, Canadians, Romanian and British. On May 29, The Washington Post wrote that thousands of US citizens could fight in the ranks of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.