Ukrainian soldiers are already being trained in Great Britain
A few weeks ago, after another visit of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to Ukraine, the British government announced a training program for the Ukrainian military. Now there is information that it has already been launched.
What we know
This was announced by the Minister of Defense of the United Kingdom Ben Wallace. The first group of Ukrainian military has already arrived in the country. In the next few days they will begin to be trained by experienced British instructors. Training will take place at military ranges in the North-East, South-West and South-East regions. According to Wallace, Britain will be able to train up to 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers every 120 days.
Recall that after Russia's invasion to Ukraine, the United Kingdom supported us and announced military aid worth 2.3 billion pounds.
Source: UK Parliament
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