The Times, April 9, 2022 Boris Johnson has accused President Putin of war crimes and announced that Britain will send a further £100 million of military aid, including anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles, to Ukraine. The prime minister and Olaf Scholz, the German chancellor, used a Downing Street press conference to make the charge against theContinue reading “UK giving £100m more in lethal aid to Ukraine”
Originally posted on Looking for the Blessed Hope:
For those old enough to remember the cold war with Russia, many of the details have likely been forgotten. For those born after those tenuous days (or too young to know what was happening), the growing tension with the Red Bear is likely new territory. So, let’s…
Britain (the king of the south) is leading the way with military support for Ukraine, starting to military provoke Russia (Gog).
In September we had Russian strategic bombers which carried out flights over Belarus, that once was part of the USSR, in a show of support for President Lukashenko as a stand-off over thousands of migrants continued on the country’s border with Poland. Germany and Poland have accused President Putin of working with Belarus to escalate theContinue reading “Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and Russian troop movements”
British troops have been deployed to Poland’s border with Belarus as tensions escalate over a migrant crisis. Mariusz Blaszczak, the Polish defence minister, said that British Royal Engineers had been sent on a “reconnaissance” exercise with Nato allies amid a standoff between Minsk and Warsaw over the fate of hundreds of migrants trying to reachContinue reading “British troops deployed to Polish border as tensions with Russia rise”
The world looks out for the reaction against the use of chemical weapons.