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UK to send military personnel to Lithuania


UK to send military personnel to Lithuania

London, Feb 14 (Prensa Latina) The United Kingdom announced today that it will send a "small number" of troops to Lithuania, amid an escalation of tensions around Ukraine.
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As reported by the British Ministry of Defense through the social network Twitter, the military will provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support to the Lithuanian armed forces and will help them increase their response capacity in the face of pressure on the border with Belarus.

Although it did not offer details on the number of British troops that will be deployed, Defense Minister Ben Wallace assured that London and Vilnius share concerns about the accumulation of Russian troops on the border with Ukraine and about the migratory crisis that is brewing, he said, on the Lithuanian-Belarusian dividing line.

The United Kingdom, the United States and other Western countries accuse Russia of wanting to invade Ukraine because the Ukrainian government applied for membership of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

Moscow categorically opposes NATO expansion into Eastern Europe as a threat to its national security, and maintains more than 100,000 troops near the Ukrainian border, though it denies plans to attack.

Despite the fact that Russia indicates that the deployment of troops within its territory is legitimate and has a defensive character, the British government supplied anti-tank weapons to the Ukrainian troops, and increased its military presence in Poland.


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