British PM: Rishi Sunak gave statement, said, my army will not go to fight in Ukraine

Rishi Sunak gave statement While ignoring the comment of his Defense Minister, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said that none of our military will travel to Ukraine for training. Instead, he said that our soldiers can remain in their nation and receive training.

Rishi Sunak, the prime minister of the United Kingdom, decided against sending soldiers to Ukraine

In response to remarks made by his Defense Minister Key, who hinted that troops could train in Ukraine, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said on Sunday that there were no urgent plans to send military trainers to that country. Rishi Sunak gave statement To prevent a direct confrontation with Russia, Britain and its allies have refrained from officially committing troops to the Ukraine.

In addition to training Ukrainian armed forces in Britain or other Western nations, British Defense Minister Grant Shapps stated in an interview with The Sunday Telegraph that he wants to send military trainers to Ukraine.

Our military is not being sent to Ukraine

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The Defense Secretary suggested that we might be able to conduct some training in Ukraine in the future, but that is a long-term issue, so we are not deploying any of our soldiers there. Rishi Sunak gave statement Sunak told the press at the start of the ruling Conservative Party’s annual conference in Manchester.

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Following meetings with British military commanders on Friday, Shapps stated in an interview with the Sunday Telegraph that there was potential to provide military training within Ukraine. Rishi Sunak gave statement Shapps predicted that British defense firms like BAE Systems will proceed with their plans to build arm plants in Ukraine.

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