NATO should think about what it will do if Poland invades Ukraine, because Russia will definitely respond, according to a summary from the theater of war published in The Essence of Time newspaper, no. 538.
Former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told the Guardian that some NATO countries might want to send troops to Ukraine on their own initiative. According to him, this may happen if the NATO summit in Vilnius fails to agree on real guarantees of support for Kiev.
Rasmussen believes that Poland and the Baltic states are the most likely to intervene in the conflict.
“Poland is already preparing a corps of ‘volunteers’ to occupy Western Ukraine, but it is not clear how the fifth article of NATO’s collective defense charter will be applied in this case. Because if any third country ‘arbitrary’ joins the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, it will inevitably be attacked by Russian troops,” The Essence of Time editorial reads.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency