Kabul – General Christopher Donahue, commander of the 82nd Airborne Division, the last US soldier who left Afghanistan on August 30, has been deployed in Poland to fight Russia’s threat against NATO allies, according to US officials.
His photo was published by the US Central Command on August 30, when he left Kabul.
According to newly released images, General Donahue is now deployed in Poland near the center of Ukraine.
Meanwhile, at the behest of US President Joe Biden, 1,700 US troops are deployed in Poland.
Moreover, Donahue reportedly leads dozens of US troops and equipment stationed on the Ukrainian border, and hundreds of other infantry from the US 82nd Airborne Division are expected to enter the area.
“The US presence in Poland shows its solidarity with its European allies,” Donahue said. “He described unity in this period as uncertainty as a factor of strength.
On the other hand, Poland’s Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak welcomed the deployment of US troops, saying that deterrence and solidarity are the best response to Russia’s aggressive policy, as well as an aggressive attempt to rebuild the Russian Empire.
In the meantime, Russia has deployed about 100,000 troops on the Ukrainian border, stressing that it has no plans to invade Ukraine, however, the West is concerned about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The United States, on the other hand, which has sent 3,000 troops to Eastern Europe, says it has no plans to clash with Russia on Ukrainian soil.
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