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There is no intention or interest or desire by US President Joe Biden to send troops to Ukraine. White House press secretary Jen Psaki noted about this during Tuesday’s press briefing, VOA reported.

Psaki said that the United States was "working through NATO to plus-up support in our eastern flank countries," adding that the United States is "committed to the sanctity of that alliance."

“Just to be clear, there is no intention or interest or desire by the President to send troops to Ukraine.  NATO is a forum to support our eastern flank partners and countries, and that’s what the focus has been on," Psaki said.

The White House spokesperson did not make any predictions about President Biden's possible public statements about the situation in Russia and Ukraine and about what efforts might be required of the US military.

“Obviously, he [i.e., Biden] gave a two-hour press conference last—just a few days ago where he answered a number of questions on Russia and Ukraine, and we’ll continue to do that. But right now, a lot of our focus and his focus is on diplomacy, is on engaging with leaders, is on having conversations with members of his national security team,” Jen Psaki added.

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