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UK Defense Secretary: “Ukraine can retaliate against Russian positions”


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Despite Russian warnings, Ukraine is allowed to retaliate against Russian positions using weaponry provided by the United Kingdom, according to the UK Defense Secretary today.

UK Defense Secretary: "Ukraine can retaliate against Russian positions"
Photo by Corporal Andrew Morris (RAF), © Crown Copyright 2014

UK Defense Secretary James Heappey said Ukraine was targeting “perfectly legitimate” military targets inside Russia and that Western weapons being delivered to Kyiv could be used for that purpose.

“I think it is unquestionably true that the weapons that the international community is currently sending to Ukraine have the range they need to strike across the border,” he said on Times radio.

UK Defense Secretary: "Ukraine can retaliate against Russian positions"
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According to him, “Ukraine can hit anything that is considered a legitimate military target, in order to impede the operation of Russian Logistics (supply).”

The UK Defense Secretary also praised Ukraine for the limited use of such capabilities, at a time when Russia, as he said, is bombing entire cities and villages without taking into account the human losses.

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