Report: British Armed Forces directly involved in Ukraine conflict
03/06/2024 // Richard Brown // Views

The United Kingdom has admitted that its military is directly involved in the conflict in Ukraine.

This is according to a report published in the British outlet The Times, which claimed that Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, a senior Royal Navy officer and current head of the British Armed Forces, played a role in devising battle plans for Kyiv.

The report indicated that Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, head of the U.K. armed forces, played a role in devising "battle plans" for Ukraine. (Related: Western special forces are UNOFFICIALLY in Ukraine to fight Russia as WWIII looms.)

Reacting to the revelation, Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov stated that British support for Ukraine, including the provision of intelligence and the deployment of British personnel on the ground, has been known for some time but has only been openly confirmed now.

The Times revealed that Radakin assisted Ukraine in formulating strategies to counter Russian ships and secure the Black Sea. Radakin also proved invaluable in securing and coordinating support for Ukraine from other senior military chiefs in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

The admiral also reportedly visited Kyiv and personally met with President Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss strategy and explore ways in which Western nations could provide more assistance.

Peskov noted that the Kremlin lacks more information regarding Radakin's activities in Ukraine, but he did suggest in a press conference that the Russian Armed Forces may have more classified information regarding the admiral's role in the conflict.

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Radakin, initially slated to retire in November after three years as chief of the defense staff, has recently been confirmed to retain his role for at least one more year at the request of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Sunak's government claims the decision was made to ensure continuity, especially with reports indicating an upcoming general election in the U.K. sometime this year.

Other nations confirm British troops in Ukraine

Earlier in the week, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz unintentionally confirmed the presence of British troops in Ukraine, noting that British fire control operators were directing Storm Shadow cruise missiles.

This revelation immediately received condemnation from British sources, including one lawmaker who denounced Scholz's comments as a threat to national security, a risk to British personnel in Ukraine and as providing Russia with a pretext to escalate tensions.

Another German source – a leaked top-secret call involving officers of Germany's air force – confirmed Scholz's revelation that British troops are in Ukraine helping fire the long-range Storm Shadow missiles.

The audio recording of the alleged call was released by RT editor Margarita Simonyan. German sources have confirmed the authenticity of the leak, which captures officers discussing military strategies.

The leak captures a conversation between officers of the German Air Force. Lt. Gen. Ingo Gerhartz, head of the Luftwaffe, was caught discussing military strategy and described how Britain is collaborating with Ukraine in deploying Storm Shadow missiles against targets up to 150 miles behind the Russian frontlines.

Gerhartz mentions that the British approach involves a combination of reachback – bringing intelligence and support from the rear to the front – and on-site support, indicating a deeper level of involvement.

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov commented that the leaked conversations highlight the direct involvement of the collective West in the conflict in Ukraine.

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