One of Ukraine's biggest allies has answered whether it will send its troops to Ukraine

15.06.2024/22/21 XNUMX:XNUMX    8

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said that London is not currently considering sending its troops or NATO to Ukraine.

"No," he answered in an interview with the La Repubblica newspaper when asked about sending troops.

According to the British Prime Minister, the decision adopted at the Group of Seven summit in Italy to use the profits from frozen assets of Russia for the needs of Ukraine was a demonstration that "the G7 is ready for anything."

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Sunak emphasized that it is necessary to increase investments in defense "because the world has become more dangerous and unpredictable than ever in recent decades."

At the same time, he supported the use of Western weapons against targets on the territory of the aggressor country. The Prime Minister of Britain noted that missiles should be used "in compliance with international humanitarian laws."

Sending Western troops to Ukraine

The Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Oleksandr Syrskyi, said that he had signed documents that would allow the first French instructors to visit training centers in Ukraine and familiarize themselves with their infrastructure and personnel.

Analysts stressed that the deployment of French troops could set a precedent and make it easier for other countries to follow suit. They name five options for deploying NATO troops in Ukraine.

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German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius rules out sending German troops to Ukraine.

The USA gave Kyiv permission to use American weapons on the territory of the Russian Federation, but they do not plan to send their military instructors to Ukraine.