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As noted, senior officials in the UK fear that the prime minister may take an overcautious stance on aid to Ukraine as the war in Ukraine enters a key phase.
The source said Sunak had commissioned an audit to assess the progress of the war and the significance of Britain’s military contribution to Ukraine.
“It’s about seeing what we have invested, what we have received,” he explained.
Downing Street reportedly insists that Sunak strongly supports Ukraine.
However, the prime minister’s request has raised alarms as military chiefs say arms shipments to Ukraine could prove decisive in the coming winter months.
The source said, “Wars are not won by analysis. Wars are won by instinct. At the very beginning, Boris sat down and said, ‘Let’s just do it.’ “.
The BBC writes that key figures in Whitehall believe that Ukraine and Russia have reached a dead end, and the only way for one of the parties to get ahead is to significantly increase their stockpiles of weapons.
It is emphasized that Russia has actually run out of stocks, and Ukraine can replenish stocks of weapons only with the help of the United States and the main military states of Europe and Great Britain.
- On December 9, the British Prime Minister announced that anti-aircraft guns and air defense missiles would be handed over to Ukraine in the coming weeks.
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