Regarding French President Emmanuel Macron's statement that the possibility of sending Western ground forces to Ukraine "should not be ruled out," Russian Presidential Spokesperson Peskov said that he is a member of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization). Japan strongly discouraged the dispatch of troops, saying that direct military conflict between Russia and NATO would become inevitable.

French President Macron was asked at a press conference on the 26th about the possibility of the West sending ground troops to Ukraine, and he responded, ``There is no agreement,'' but added, ``Nothing should be ruled out.'' No,” he said.

On the 27th, Russian Presidential Spokesperson Peskov said, ``The debate itself is new and extremely important,'' indicating that he would be closely monitoring this statement.

When asked by reporters about the possibility of a conflict between Russia and NATO if a NATO member state sends troops to Ukraine, he answered, ``It is not a possibility, but a necessity.It is in our national interests.'' "We should ask ourselves if we want to do so," he said, strongly discouraging direct military conflict, saying it would become inevitable.