After a massive shelling by the Russian Federation, Britain sent hundreds of anti-aircraft missiles to Ukraine.

British Defense Minister Grant Shabbs announced Friday night, December 29, that he would send “hundreds of anti-aircraft missiles” to Kiev for British air defense systems after a massive Russian shelling attack on Ukraine.

Shabbs released his statement Published On Twitter (X), reports “European reality”.

The head of the British Ministry of Defense called the latest wave of strikes by the Russian Federation a “desperate and futile attempt to regain momentum after the catastrophic loss of hundreds of thousands of soldiers” and the third year of his “three-day war” ahead of Putin's humiliation at the start.

“We continue to stand by the defense of Ukraine. That is why today we are deploying hundreds of anti-aircraft missiles, complementing British air defense systems capable of shooting down Russian drones and missiles with incredible accuracy,” he declared.

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Shabbs insisted that Putin was wrong to “believe that he can pull victory out of the mouth of defeat”.

Ukraine undermines Russian Black Sea fleet This struggle proved that Ukraine is still fighting for victory. “Today's air defense package sends an undeniable signal, in the face of Russian brutality, that Great Britain remains committed to supporting Ukraine,” the minister added.

On the night of December 29, Russia launched a massive attack on Ukraine. Kyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Odessa, Lviv, Zaporizhia and other cities were attacked. By Latest dataAt least 26 people died and more than 120 were injured.

Many European countries have condemned the shelling.

In this context, the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba Discussed with top EU diplomat Joseph Borrell, Provision of Air Defense Systems to Ukraine and Military Priorities for 2024.

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