A Defence expert has warned that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will have to make some “very bog decisions soon” as the “prognosis from the intelligence agencies” is “dire.”
The Daily Mirror’s Defence Editor Chris Hughes has warned that NATO could be very close to some sort of intervention in Ukraine as innocent civilians are being deliberately slaughtered by Russian forces.
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NATO has thus far refused to put one boot over the border into Ukraine as this would lead to all war with the world.
Hughes told talkRadio, “We’re a couple of calculations away from NATO being involved and I think people know it now.
“The prognosis from the intelligence agencies I’m told is pretty dire.
“Moldova is there, he [Vladimir Putin] could be looking at that. It’s madness but he wants to take the whole of Ukraine first and he hasn’t got it yet.
“He’s a long way off it.
“We might be a long way off that kind of confrontation but there will be people making some very big decisions soon.”