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Britain will strengthen Eastern Europe with new NATO troops

Downing Street reports that Britain is considering a significant increase in its military presence on the European continent, especially in Eastern Europe.

London will carry out a major NATO deployment as part of a plan to strengthen Europe’s borders in response to Russia’s deployment of troops on the Ukrainian border. They insisted that we retaliate with immediate sanctions against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will visit the region next week and hold talks with Vladimir Putin. He wants to give voice to the view that without a successful combination of prevention and diplomacy, thousands of lives could be lost in Russia and Ukraine.

Johnson spoke of a “maximum concession” to NATO members in the Nordic and Baltic countries, which would double the number of troops and send defense weapons to Estonia (currently 900 troops are stationed in Estonia in the UK). The Prime Minister stressed:

The British Prime Minister said that he had instructed our Armed Forces to ensure that we were able to support our NATO allies and to prepare for deployment throughout Europe next week. Government officials will finalize details of the offer in Brussels next week, and ministers will discuss military options on Monday.

British Foreign Secretary Lis Truss and Secretary of Defense will travel to Moscow to hold talks with their Russian counterparts in the coming days to improve relations and defuse tensions. Defense Minister Ben Wallace will also visit Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia this week.