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The UK has no plans to send soldiers to Ukraine

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s official spokesman said London would not send military units to Ukraine in the event of an escalation.

The official representative of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the United Kingdom will not send military units of its armed forces to Ukraine in the event of an escalation.

“There are no plans to send combat units of British forces to the region, but sanctions are being considered if Russia crosses the border,” he told The Telegraph.

Kiev and Western countries recently expressed concern about the alleged increase in Russian “aggressive actions” near the Ukrainian border. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Russia is moving its forces within its territory and at its discretion. According to Putin’s spokesman, Russia does not threaten anyone.

As for the Kremlin’s concentration of Ukrainian troops in the line of communication, Donbass reported preparations for the offensive
Moscow has repeatedly rejected accusations of “aggressive actions” by the West and Ukraine, saying that it does not threaten or attack anyone, while noting that the statements about “Russian aggression” are used as a pretext to place more NATO military units near the Russian border.
The Russian Foreign Ministry had earlier indicated that Western statements about “Russian aggression” and the possibility of helping Kiev to defend itself were absurd and dangerous at the same time.
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