General Barrons: Delivery of British warplanes will not immediately affect the conflict in Ukraine 03:03

Richard Barrons, the former commander of the British Armed Forces, said that the transfer of British fighters to Ukraine would not change the course of the conflict in the short term. He said this in an interview with TalkTV, reports TASS.

“Even if we all surrender the jets today, they will not immediately change the tide of the war in Ukraine in the face of the resumption of the Russian offensive, and they may not change it by the end of this year,” he said.

According to him, Western countries are not willing to quickly supply the Ukrainian Armed Forces, especially if Western aviation is used to strike targets on Russian soil, as they see this as a risk of escalating the conflict.

Former British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak declaration“nothing is excluded” when it comes to the provision of military assistance to Ukraine by the country. He confirmed that the fighters requested by Kyiv were part of a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

On the eve of Patrick Ryder, press secretary of the US Department of Defense, while at the Pentagon nothing to report about possible deliveries of fighters to Ukraine.

Prior to this, the Russian Embassy in the UK reported that British fighters were supplied to Ukraine. will lead Military-political consequences for the European continent and the whole world.

Source: Gazeta


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