The security guarantee for Ukraine is likely to be a commitment to supply it with weapons, train its army and supply it with intelligence. This was stated by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a press conference in New Delhi, reports The Times.
“It will not be like security guarantees under Article 5 [of the NATO charter], but it will allow Ukrainians to make sure that their territories are fortified and will be impregnable in the future, — Johnson said.
This week, the British Prime Minister revealed that Ukrainian soldiers are being trained in the UK to use armored vehicles such as the Mastiff and Wolfhound.
The British military in Poland is also train Ukrainian troops in the use of British air and missile defense systems.
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