Britain supplies Kiev with long-range Brimstone missiles

UK: long-range Brimstone missile

 The communication came from Ben Wallace, Boris Johnson's defense secretary. Wallace agrees with his Foreign counterpart, Liz Truss, about the goal of forcing Russia to leave "all of Ukraine", including the Donbass and Crimea, as well as preventing it from "controlling the Black Sea".



 Britain's Defense Secretary has denied Russia's allegations of NATO involvement in the conflict, arguing that the Kingdom provides weapons "like 40 other countries under bilateral agreements". 

Sulfur missiles were previously used by British forces in Libya and Syria. They are usually launched from jet aircraft and used to attack fast-moving land and sea targets. 

They are equipped with radar capable of tracking targets. The UK is currently testing the use of these missiles
 on naval platforms.

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