Croatia will withdraw its troops from NATO, in case of conflict between Ukraine and Russia

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Hsmilitarycom: The President of Croatia announced that the country would immediately withdraw its forces from NATO forces in the region if an armed conflict broke out between Russia and Ukraine.

Thus, the Croatian leader voiced his position on the country's possible participation in NATO forces in the region.

According to the President of Croatia, the country is extremely uninterested in an armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine, where the North Atlantic Alliance also plans to intervene.

 At the moment, there are significant Croatian forces in the region, although the purpose of the presence of the latter remains unknown. 

Moreover, the Croatian leader probably also stressed that in case of war, Croatia would not provide NATO with its military bases and facilities.

NATO has not yet commented on the statement of the President of Croatia, however, the situation indicates that not all Western countries intend to confront Russia over the situation in the eastern part of Ukraine.

At the moment, tensions near the Russian borders are intensifying, while, despite the arguments of the United States and NATO that Russia allegedly arranges the escalation, the West has already begun deploying its significant forces, as well as offensive weapons, near Russian borders, while the US President and He does intend to send to Eastern Europe, allegedly to stabilize the situation, an American army of 50,000 men, at least two fighter squadrons, and warships.

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