NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, French and British Defense Ministers arrived in Kiev pic.twitter.com/y3vWdxb2re
— Wall Street Cartel (@wallstreetcrtl) September 28, 2023
- Original article in Greek, machine translated into English.
- Suffocating Pressure on Turkey to Open the Straits: British And Other NATO Ground Forces Will Enter Western Ukraine With Air Cover from the North Sea And Poland
Ukraine zero hour – NATO’s plan to stop the Russian advance
The preparations for sending British forces (and not only) to Western Ukraine began immediately after the statements of the British Minister of Defense, Grant Shapps, and despite the denial of the British Prime Minister, R. Sunak. British Eurofighter Typhoons will land in Poland as pressure is put on Turkey to allow British and other NATO ships into the Black Sea.
This also explains why the Ukrainians have been continuously hitting Russian naval targets in Crimea lately. They are trying to weaken the Russian Navy before British naval forces enter the Black Sea. They hit, for example, the Headquarters of the Naval Fleet, a Kilo-class submarine, a landing craft, the air defense of the Fleet, etc.
According to information, the goal of the British and the Americans is to enter NATO forces in Western Ukraine as a “peacekeeping force” in order to stop the Russian advance. In other words, Britain and NATO are trying to blackmail Russia by extending the war in order to …. capitulate.
It is worth noting the “timing” of this proposal: It was made immediately after the meeting of the British Foreign Minister with his French counterpart and the Secretary General of NATO in Kiev…
🚨🇬🇧🇺🇦 BREAKING ESCALATION: UK sends troops to Ukraine!
“British troops will be deployed in Ukraine for the first time under plans being discussed with military chiefs, the new Defence Secretary has disclosed.“ pic.twitter.com/JOalDfuFKW
— Lord Bebo (@MyLordBebo) September 30, 2023
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said British troops training soldiers in Ukraine would be a legal target.
The PM clarifies comments made by the defence secretary that suggested British soldiers may enter Ukraine for training purposes.https://t.co/PAiZ4D1jU3
📺Sky 501 pic.twitter.com/dnTYcHQKzN
— Sky News (@SkyNews) October 1, 2023