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Ukraine War: UK pledges hundreds of new attack drones to Ukraine

The Prime Minister said the UK would provide Ukraine with new attack drones and air defence missiles as he hosted President Zelenskyy at his country residence at Chequers.

Mr Zelenskyy said he wanted Britain to join a “fighter jet coalition”.

He is seeking F-16 aircraft to defend his country against Russia, which the UK does not have.

Sky News’ international affairs editor Dominic Waghorn gives this analysis.

Read more here – https://news.sky.com/story/ukraines-president-volodymyr-zelenskyy-arrives-in-uk-for-substantive-negotiations-with-rishi-sunak-12881273

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