Ukrainian troops in hairy black-and-white winter disguise trained firing anti-tank launchers delivered by Britain as part of Western attempts to help Ukraine defend itself from Russian takeover. Russia has imposed the west into talks on Moscow’s commands for new security guarantees in Europe by gathering more than 100,000 troops near its borders with Ukraine, a former Soviet republic that wants to join NATO.
Britain said earlier this month that it would provide Ukraine with light anti-armour defending weapon systems and personnel to issue grounding. They are not planned and are intended to be used in self-defence, it said.
Zinovy Luzhansky said during the exercises at windy military training that,”it is sufficient to shoot one round to totally demolish the opponent vehicle, it will be much simpler to fight against the Russian Federation because this weapon can easily destroy any kind of enemy armoured military equipment.”
As Britain and the US have traipsed up arms transportations to Ukraine this month, they also upset Kyiv by recalling their diplomats. Volodymyr Zelenski, President of Ukraine, didn’t rule out a full-blown war with Russia but impeached Washington and the media for fueling panic on the economy while there were “no tanks in the streets.”
He spoke after President Putin said the US and NATO had not contacted the Kremlin’s main security demands in the East-West deadlock in Ukraine, but Moscow was ready to keep talking. Russia took Crimea from Kyiv in 2014 and went on to back insurgents fighting government troops in Eastern Ukraine, an unresolved dispute that has killed 15000 people to date.