The government stated on Saturday that Britain is considering a major NATO deployment as part of a strategy to strengthen Europe’s borders in response to Russia massing soldiers on Ukraine’s border.

Any Russian assault into Ukraine would be countered with rapid penalties, according to Britain, and would be terrible for both sides.

Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, is scheduled to visit the region next week and will speak with Vladimir Putin on the phone.

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According to his office, Johnson is considering making the largest feasible offer to NATO defence pact members in the Nordics and Baltics, which would boost military numbers and send defensive weapons to Estonia.

In a statement, Johnson said, “This package would send a clear message to the Kremlin that we will not accept their destabilising actions and that, in the face of Russian hostility, we will always stand with our NATO partners.”

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I’ve instructed our Armed Forces to prepare to deploy throughout Europe next week in order to assist our NATO allies “..

Officials will finalise the offer’s specifics in Brussels next week, and ministers will consider military options on Monday.

Britain is planning a major NATO deployment , in the midst of the Ukraine crisis

The government stated on Saturday that Britain is considering a major NATO deployment as part of a strategy to strengthen Europe’s borders in response to Russia massing soldiers on Ukraine’s border.

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Any Russian assault into Ukraine would be countered with rapid penalties, according to Britain, and would be terrible for both sides.

Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, is scheduled to visit the region next week and will speak with Vladimir Putin on the phone.

According to his office, Johnson is considering making the largest feasible offer to NATO defence pact members in the Nordics and Baltics, which would boost military numbers and send defensive weapons to Estonia.

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In a statement, Johnson said, “This package would send a clear message to the Kremlin that we will not accept their destabilising actions and that, in the face of Russian hostility, we will always stand with our NATO partners.”

I’ve instructed our Armed Forces to prepare to deploy throughout Europe next week in order to assist our NATO allies “.

Officials will finalise the offer’s specifics in Brussels next week, and ministers will consider military options on Monday.