New Delhi: While the Russia-Ukraine war has not ended, according to information, the President of Russia (Russia) Putin is going to take such a step, due to which the problems of NATO (NATO) country may increase. A satellite image has surfaced showing Russia deploying 16 of its bombers near the borders of NATO countries. When the Kremlin was attacked, Russia said it would retaliate whenever it got the chance. After the attack on the Kremlin, Russia carried out drone attacks on major cities in Ukraine. Russia destroys Ukrainian arms depot after attack on Kremlin A Ukrainian arms depot filled with 500 million bombs has been destroyed in this Russian attack.
According to a military magazine report, Russia deployed four Tu-160 bombers in August 2022 and more than 10 Tu-95 bombers in October. Apart from this, Tu-160 aircraft have also been deployed here. Two Tu-160s are on the southern side while 14 Tu-95s with larger aircraft while Tu-22M aircraft are stationed in the parking area in the north-western part of the airbase. According to European experts, Russia wants to send a big signal by deploying such heavy bombers in the North. The bombers, which are now stationed within the Arctic Circle, were previously based at Engels near the city of Saratov.
Russia said that the attitude of war is not going to change with this help of Britain
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky arrived in Britain to meet Rishi Sunak on Monday. The two discussed military and economic aid to Ukraine at a 16th-century UK home in Buckinghamshire. Britain will reportedly provide Ukraine with 100 air defense missiles and long-range attack drones to counter Russia in a war. Zelensky thanked the British people for their help. Russia said that the attitude of war is not going to change with this help of Britain.
Britain’s Defense Select Committee opposed further aid to Ukraine
Britain’s Defense Select Committee has opposed further aid to Ukraine. The committee said that if they continue to help Ukraine, their weapons stockpile will not be saved. Tobias Ellwood, Conservative Party MP for Sunac, said Britain alone could not help Ukraine. All NATO countries have to come together for this. He said this should be NATO’s mission. Britain cannot always give arms to Ukraine. It has to increase its military capacity.