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Details: Britain is expected to deliver a positive message to Ukraine during the day

Details: Britain is expected to deliver a positive message to Ukraine during the day

Details: Britain is expected to deliver a positive message to Ukraine during the day

British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will announce on Wednesday that Britain and other Western nations are to send warplanes to Ukraine.

BBC News reports that the Foreign Secretary will announce his decision in a speech later on Wednesday.

The project is seen as part of Britain’s long-term military support for Ukraine.

There is more to go

In his speech, he will say the West must mobilize and be ready to go further in military support for Ukraine, the BBC learns.

Britain’s expected announcement is very positive news for Ukraine.

Delivery requested

The country has previously, on several occasions, requested for the delivery of fighter jets. Especially Soviet-era fighter jets, Ukrainian pilots are familiar with handling such aircraft.

Western allies have been reluctant to respond to Ukraine’s appeal. Fears that the delivery of fighter jets would provoke Russia was a key argument behind the rejection of Ukraine’s appeal.

Many heavy weapons

But as Nato members have stepped up their support, Liz Truss will announce that allies must step up their support, the BBC reported.

According to the news channel, he is expected to say that Western powers should dig deeper into their arsenals and supply Ukraine with heavy weapons such as tanks and aircraft.

Stop the Russian power

The foreign minister is expected to call for a complete freeze on Russian oil and gas imports into Europe, the BBC learns.

And Truss said he would like to see a “reboot” of the international security system, given the developments in Ukraine.

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Complete turnaround

The expected announcement of Lis Truss comes shortly after Germany decided to make a U-turn and send advanced weapons to Ukraine.

German Foreign Minister Christine Lambrecht confirmed the decision on Tuesday. Germany to send Gebhardt air defense system to Ukraine

Making the announcement public is said to be a ruse on the German side. The German government wants to soften criticism against the country’s reluctance to send weapons and show that Germany has changed on the issue, several German media reports.

Photo: D. Burke

Text: Compilers