Russia warns ‘Britain is deeply involved in this conflict’

Russian Ambassador to Britain Andrei Kerin has warned that the UK is getting too close to the ongoing Ukraine conflict.

“We are fully aware of the participation of British experts in the training, preparation and execution of plans for Russian infrastructure and the Russian fleet in the Black Sea. I know,” Kellyn said in an interview. sky news.

“It’s dangerous … it calls us non-returnable – returns are always possible – but escalation should be avoided. And this is in fact a warning that Britain is getting too deep into this conflict. It means the situation is becoming more and more dangerous.”

When asked to provide evidence to back up its accusations against Britain, Mr Kellen said Moscow turned over the evidence to the British ambassador and that it would be made public “soon”.

A drone strike against Russia’s Black Sea Fleet last weekend reportedly damaged three ships, including flagship HMS Makarov. British Ambassador to Moscow Deborah Bronnert was summoned by the Russian Foreign Ministry to claim British military involvement.

The allegations by Russia are intended to divert attention from Moscow’s illegal invasion of Ukraine and its battlefield losses, according to the British government.

british aid

Britain has so far supplied several weapons to Ukraine in its war against Russia. In June, London confirmed sending her M270 multiple launch rocket system, armed with M31A1 precision munitions, to Ukraine.

Britain has sent over 5,000 next-generation light anti-tank weapons (Nlaws) capable of destroying tanks in one shot at short range.

“Nlaw was absolutely critical to the defeat of the Russian ground attack in the early stages of the war,” said Justin Bronk, senior fellow at the Royal Institute for Defense and Security. Said to the BBC.

Additionally, London has supplied Kyiv with hundreds of Brimstone short-range missiles, at least 120 armored vehicles, Malloy T150 heavy-lift drones, and over 200 Javelin anti-tank missiles.

Britain is the second largest army donor Inject £2.3bn ($2.62bn) into Ukraine in 2022. british government We have confirmed that it will match or exceed the amount of military aid given to Ukraine this year 2023.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has previously accused Britain of plotting to destroy his country for natural resources. Back in April, he said, the Kremlin accused London of inciting Ukraine to attack Russian territory.

Naveen Aslapury


Naveen Athrappully is a news reporter covering business and world events for The Epoch Times.