Russia claims France is readying deployment of 2,000 troops to Ukraine

Sergey Naryshkin, director of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service, has revealed that the Kremlin has intelligence indicating that France is preparing to deploy a military contingent of 2,000 troops to Ukraine.

“The current leadership of the country appears indifferent to the welfare of ordinary French citizens and the concerns of military leaders,” Naryshkin remarked. “Our information suggests that preparations are underway for sending a contingent to Ukraine. Initially, this group will consist of approximately 2,000 troops.” (Related: Macron doubles down on possibility of deploying NATO troops to Ukraine.)

Expressing concerns, the Russian intelligence chief noted that the French military’s main concern isn’t that it may be interfering in a conflict, but that it is finding it difficult to discreetly transfer and position such a sizable foreign force in Ukraine.

“This sizable deployment will inevitably become a prominent target for Russian armed forces, inviting the same fate suffered by previous French incursions into the Russian sphere,” he stressed, referencing previous French invasions of Russia in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Following a conference on Ukraine in Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron refrained from outright dismissing the possibility of Western ground troops being dispatched to the area of the ongoing military operation in Ukraine despite a lack of support from Kyiv’s other Western allies. Macron further pledged that Western nations would take necessary actions to thwart Russia’s success in the conflict.

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Macron hiding fact that many French volunteers were killed in Ukraine

In a separate article published by TASS, Naryshkin commented on earlier reports suggesting that French members of Ukraine’s international legion were killed in a missile strike in Kharkiv on Jan. 23.

“Sooner or later, Macron will have to disclose the unpleasant truth, but he will likely endeavor to postpone this ‘admission’ for as long as possible. As purported from the Elysee Palace, the tally of French casualties has already crossed a psychologically significant threshold,” he said.

His concluding evaluation was unequivocal: “The present leadership of the nation [France] demonstrates a lack of concern for the lives of ordinary French citizens or the apprehensions of military officials.”

The French Ministry of Armed Forces responded to Russia’s assertions, refuting any validity in the allegations. The Ministry stated that Naryshkin’s claim was merely another instance of the Kremlin’s “consistent utilization of disinformation.”

Macron followed this up by making his statement regarding the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, wherein he emphasized that achieving a “lasting peace” in the country would necessitate Kyiv regaining control over all the territories it lost following the beginning of the special military conflict in February 2022 in addition to the contested Crimean Peninsula, which Russia annexed in 2014.

In his remarks, Macron characterized Russia as an “adversary” of France, underscoring the need for concerted efforts to constrain the Kremlin regime. He stressed that France’s support for Ukraine is grounded in the fundamental principle of upholding sovereignty and restoring internationally recognized borders.

Macron’s stance implied that lasting peace in the region is contingent upon Ukraine’s territorial integrity.

However, Macron’s comments were met with criticism from Russia, where Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov suggested that Macron’s stance might lead to France’s increased involvement in the conflict.

Peskov’s remarks hinted at the growing tensions between France and Russia over the Ukrainian issue.

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