The commandos were involved in ‘discreet operations’ and performed tasks in a ‘hugely sensitive environment’, according to Lieutenant General Robert Magowan
* Lt. Gen. Robert Magowan said marines went to Ukraine before and after invasion
* He said they operated in a ‘hugely sensitive environment with high level of risk’
* Royal Navy spokesperson told MailOnline marines did not serve any combat function
Royal Marines were deployed in Ukraine and took part in a series of ‘high-risk’ operations, a former commandant general has claimed.
The commandos were involved in ‘discreet operations’ and performed tasks in a ‘hugely sensitive environment’, according to Lieutenant General Robert Magowan – Britain’s Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff and the former head of the Royal Marines.
The Ministry of Defence reported earlier this year that a small contingent of British military personnel was stationed in Ukraine to secure the British embassy in Kyiv and maintain the government’s diplomatic presence there.
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WNU Editor: What a crazy admission to make public with tensions sky-high right now between Russia and NATO.
The Ministry of Defense is now jumping in and doing damage control. Saying that these Royal Marines were not involved in “combat operations” in Ukraine. Sighhh …. it is too late. Whatever explanation or clarification is made no one is going to believe it.
I know the Kremlin believes it was Britain that carried out the attacks on the Nord Stream pipelines and on the Crimea Bridge. Lt. Gen. Robert Magowa’s boasting is going to only feed the Kremlin narrative that NATO is at war against Russia.