British troops to remain in Germany due to Russian aggression

Source : 112 Ukraine

The British Defense Ministry believes that now Russia poses the same threat as during the Cold War
21:24, 9 September 2018
Great Britain will leave its servicemen on the territory of Germany because of Russian aggression. This is reported by The Times with reference to the Minister of Defense of the country Gavin Williamson.

According to the statement of the head of the Ministry of Defense, the United Kingdom postponed plans to withdraw the military from Germany until 2020. Currently, in Germany there are more than 200 British soldiers and 400 members of their families.

Williamson will issue a stark warning to Vladimir Putin at the Conservative Party conference this month after intelligence chiefs and military commanders told him Russia was at its most dangerous since the end of the Cold War.
It is also reported that Germany has an engineering regiment, which is the leading NATO unit for crossing rivers with tanks at the site of the destroyed crossings.
Earlier NATO supported the right of Ukraine to freely choose its Euro-Atlantic path without external interference. This was stated by the official representative of the NATO headquarters, Ukrinform reports.

"We are firm in our support for Ukraine's right to decide its own future and foreign policy, freely, without external interference," the Alliance noted, commenting on the proposal by Petro Poroshenko on amendments to the Constitution to secure the irreversibility of the European and Euro-Atlantic course of the state.

NATO also noted that Ukraine has resumed its Euro-Atlantic aspirations, and then, the decision of the Bucharest summit that the state will gain membership in the future, remain unchanged.

We recall, on September 3, President Petro Poroshenko submitted to the Verkhovna Rada a bill that fixes the Euro-Atlantic foreign policy course of Ukraine in the Constitution. The document provides that the parliament, the president and the government should implement the Euro-Atlantic course of Ukraine.

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