Boris Johnson rejected calls for a no-fly zone over Ukraine, saying it was ‘not on the agenda of any Nato country’
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Boris Johnson has ruled out sending British troops to fight the Russians in Ukraine as the conflict enters its sixth day.
The Prime Minister repeatedly rejected the establishment of a no-fly zone over the country despite pleas to stop shelling Ukrainian cities.
Speaking at a military base in Estonia, Mr Johnson said: “I want to make it very clear that we are not going to be fighting Russian forces in Ukraine.
“Our reinforcements, like these reinforcements in Tapa, are firmly within the borders of Nato members and that’s really the right thing to do.”
The prime minister also rejected calls for a no-fly zone, saying it was “not the agenda of any Nato country”.
“It is very, very important to understand Nato as a defensive alliance,” he said. process that message.
“When it comes to the no-fly zone over Ukraine, we have to accept the reality regarding the downing of the Russian plane … it’s a very, very big step forward, it’s simply not on the agenda. agenda of any Nato nation.”
This breach story is being updated.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/breaking-boris-johnson-says-uk-26359495 Boris Johnson says British troops will not fight Russia in Ukraine under any circumstances