Ukrainian Defense Minister Alexei Reznikov said that Great Britain, Canada and the United States should deploy their troops in those areas his countries, which may turn out to be “positions on the front lines in the event of a large-scale Russian attack.”
This is stated in the message of The Globe and Mail. According to the Ukrainian minister, the “Anglo-Saxon allies” should provide assistance to Kiev outside NATO as needed. In particular, it is necessary to send more military instructors to the country.
He is sure that the Canadian instructors should be deployed in Kharkiv, Mariupol, Kramatorsk, Odessa, as well as on Zmeiny Island. Together with them, it would be worth placing guys from the United Kingdom, as well as the United States, within the framework of bilateral platforms and without NATO.
Earlier, the head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) Denis Pushilin said that Kiev was allegedly ready to resume the military actions in Donbass. According to him, this is evidenced by the fact that the Ukrainian side has pulled a huge amount of weapons and personnel into the conflict zone.
Prior to that, he noted that in the event of a deterioration in the situation in Donbass, the DPR may turn not only to Russia , but also to Belarus. In the meantime, Donetsk hopes that, against the background of aggravation on the line of contact, no help from Moscow or Minsk will be needed. However, nothing can be ruled out.