Ukraine: UK ‘not giving them heavy weaponry' says Taylor
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Vehicles such as the Mastiff, a protected patrol vehicle and the Jackal, which can be used as a reconnaissance or long-range patrol vehicle, will likely be provided by the British government to help Ukrainian forces push closer to Russian lines. Anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles will also be announced within days. The move follows in the footsteps of The Czech Republic which sent tanks to Ukraine on Wednesday — the first NATO member to do so.
All of the aid to Ukraine could “break” Putin’s army. A senior government source told The Times: “The next three weeks will be critical. [The Ukrainians] have exhausted the Russian army, won the battle of occupation and condemned Putin to eternal isolation. Can they push back the Russian army? Can they break the Russian army? Possibly. Depends on what help we can all give.”
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