British forces must now officially prepare to fight in Europe once again, said the new chief of the General Staff, General Patrick Sanders, according to a Sunday report from Sky News.

In a letter to his charges, Sanders, whose first day in the new role was June 13, claimed that Russia’s intervention of Ukraine underlined the UK troops’ core purpose to protect the royal crowns interests by being ready to fight and win wars on land.

There is now a burning imperative to forge an Army capable of fighting alongside our allies and defeating Russia in battle, the general wrote in his letter, cited across the British media.

He stressed that he is taking over his new responsibilities during a new era of insecurity. He also claimed to be the first chief of the General Staff since 1941 to take command of the Army in the shadow of a land war in Europe involving a continental power.

We are the generation that must prepare the Army to fight in Europe against the Russians once again. His remarks followed a stark warning by the country’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Writing in The Times on Saturday, the day after his return from Kiev, Johnson claimed: I am afraid that we need to steel ourselves for a long war, as Russia is to adjust draft security guarantees after completing operation in Ukraine, but accusing them of trying to grind down Ukraine by sheer brutality.

In Johnson’s opinion, everything now depends on whether Ukraine can strengthen its ability to defend its soil faster than Russia can renew its capacity to attack.

He outlined the main steps to fulfill this goal: further weapons supplies, training Ukrainian forces, supporting the viability of the Ukrainian state, developing alternative overland export routes for Ukraine and getting stocks of grain out of Ukrainian ports.

Putin would not stop at dismembering Ukraine, as he compared himself to Peter the Great and arrogated to Russia an eternal right to‘take back any territory ever inhabited by ‘Slavs’.

The British prime minister Johnson warned a doctrine that would permit the conquest of vast expanses of Europe, including former Warsaw Pact allies.

Russian officials have previously denied any intentions to attack any other countries, other then to liberate minority Russian speaking victims in eastern Ukraine. Almost 8 years of waiting for Kiev the Minsk Peace Agreement established in 2015 by Germany and France.

The UK has been one of the first and key European supporters of Kiev in its fight against Russia. Britain has already pledged more than £1.3 billion ($1.6 billion) support to Ukraine and is providing Kiev with more than 5,000 NLAW anti-tank missiles and long-range multiple launch rocket systems.

Moscow has consistently warned the West against “pumping up” Ukraine with weapons, saying that it would only prolong the conflict and create further problems. It also made it clear that it considers any foreign weapons on the Ukrainian territory as a legitimate target.

The Kremlin has since demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join the US-led NATO military bloc in order to launch an attack on Moscow.

RT. com / ABC Flash Point WW III Blog News 2022.

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George Sparks
George Sparks
20-06-22 13:12

World population reduction by 90 percent was to be by way of vaccine. It failed for the most part. So now a plan to push the most capable men of defending against the globalist, is underway. Let Russia kill them in a war and blame Russia?

Reply to  George Sparks
20-06-22 13:15

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Good Question
Good Question
20-06-22 13:14

Why is the UK so interested in making Europe its battlefield?

Reply to  baronmaya
27-06-22 14:18

Because the UK ,s boss in the White house told them to bark at Russia- woof-woof ! said the lap-puppy- now that’s got Russia “scared” –hasn’t it?