UK army chief asks Britain to get prepared to fight in Europe once again 


London: Amid the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, the army chief of the United Kingdom has warned the Britain soldiers that they must be prepared to fight in Europe once again. He also warned that the Belarus troops could also join the Russian invasion, which is the becoming main concern of the war. 

Army Chief General Sir Patrick Sanders, through the press conference, conveyed his message to the soldiers and said that Russia’s attack on Ukraine became the core reason for the country to protect the UK by being ready to right and wins wards on land. 


Reportedly, Sir Patrik, who was in the top army post, described himself as the first chief of the general staff since 1941. 

“There is now a burning imperative to forge an army which could be capable of fighting along with our various allies and defeating Russia in a huge war,” he asserted. 

“So, we have now come into a position that we must have to sourced be ready and get prepared the Army to fight in Europe once again,” he added. 

The announcement was made by the army chief after an expert in Russian foreign policy asserted that the military training exercises held near the Belarus-Ukraine border could indicate that the Russian ally might join the war. 

Twice before, Russia asserted that they would hold military exercises that later led to real attacks, which included in 2014 when the country invaded the peninsula of Crimea. Last year, when more than 150,000 soldiers were placed on the border of Ukraine for “drills” that eventually led to the Feb. 24 invasion.

Voyager was a US army adviser in Iraq and Afghanistan and worked on the former presidential campaign of US Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah).


Lukashenko, Putin’s closest ally, warned last month of World War III if Western nations kept providing weapons to Ukraine.

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