‘No plans to send…’: NATO nation’s U-turn on Ukraine troop deployment after Putin’s nuclear threat

NATO member Poland has made a surprise U-turn on sending troops to Ukraine. After claiming it was not unimaginable, Warsaw has walked back its statement. In a new statement, Warsaw has said that it has no plans to send troops to Ukraine. Poland said it would also not send troops to train Ukrainian service members. This statement signals a complete change in Poland’s stance on this issue. It comes as Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned of nuclear war if Western countries send troops to Ukraine.