May 25, 2022

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Great Britain proposes “big” deployment of troops in Europe for NATO

London could double the British contingent of about 1,150 troops currently stationed in Eastern Europe and provide Estonia with “defensive weapons.”

Great Britain proposes a deployment to NATO “ImportantTroops, warships and warplanes in Europe, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Saturday 29 January, thus seeking to respond to the uprising.Anti-RussianTowards Ukraine.

The proposal, which is expected to be tabled at a meeting of NATO military leaders next week, could be seen as doubling London over the British contingent of about 1,150 troops currently stationed in Eastern Europe.Defensive weaponsAccording to the Prime Minister’s Office, to Estonia.

We will not tolerate their destructive action and we will always stand with our NATO allies in the face of Russian hostility.

Boris Johnson

This set of actions will send a clear message to the Kremlin – we will not tolerate their instability, and we will always stand with our NATO allies in the face of Russian hostility.“, He said in a statement issued Saturday evening.”I have instructed our Armed Forces to prepare for the deployment of troops in Europe next week in order to provide land, air and naval support to our NATO allies.Said Boris Johnson.

If Russian President Vladimir Putin chooses the pathBleeding and destructionIn Ukraine, it is aTragedy all over Europe, He added. “Ukraine should be free to choose its future.

Relations between Russia and the West are at an all-time low

Boris Johnson, who has been under intense political pressure for weeks after a series of party-related scandals in Downing Street during his imprisonment, said Friday that he would call on Vladimir Putin in the coming days.To go backAlso get more involved in diplomatic channels about Ukraine. The head of the British government is also scheduled to pay a visit to the region in the coming days.

Relations between Russia and the West have reached a record low since the end of the Cold War. Russia has sent tens of thousands of troops across the border into Ukraine in recent months, raising fears of an invasion. While the Russian government denies such plans, it insists on written guarantees for Russia’s security, including a pledge that Ukraine will not join NATO.

British diplomacy must announce in parliament on Monday that it will tighten its sanctions to allow the United Kingdom, which has been accused of targeting Moscow’s strategic and financial interests and failing to see Russian funding on its soil.

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