London sends underwater drones to help Ukraine

The British Ministry of Defense has announced that it is sending underwater drones to Ukraine what for clear your coast of mines with the objective of clear the ways of food supply, trapped for months due to the Russian invasion. Moscow and kyiv signed the resumption of grain exports under the supervision of Turkey and the UN.

The ukrainian staff located in Great Britain will receive training on the use of machines in the waters off the Ukrainian coast.

The Defense portfolio has specified in a statement that they will specifically send six autonomous mine search vehicles. “Three of these will be sourced from UK stocks, a further three will be purchased from industry,” the letter reads.

These autonomous vehicles would be designed for use in shallow coastal environments, since operate effectively in the first 100 meters. The Ukrainian Armed Forces could -with these drones- detect, locate and identify mines through a series of sensors.

London accuses Moscow of militarizing food

Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace has assured that this equipment and training are “vitals” to get you these waters “be safe”. “Russia’s cynical attempts to withhold the world’s food supply must not be allowed to succeed,” she said.

The British Executive has accused Moscow of militarizing food by destroying Ukrainian agriculture and blocking Black Sea ports to prevent shipments to other countries in the world.

Supplies have resumed following a deal brokered by the UN and Turkey with kyiv and Moscow. However, Britain’s Ministry of Defense has indicated that efforts to remove foods of the country continue being hindered by the sea mines of the russian forces.

Chief of the British Naval Staff, Admiral Sir Ben Key, said: “This training is yet another powerful demonstration of the UK’s continued commitment to Ukraine as it fights to defend its country and repel Russian aggression.”


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