The White House Not to Send US Military Advisors to Ukraine for Training Purpose

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Jake Sullivan acknowledged that the U.S. has been offering training to Ukrainian soldiers outside of the Ukrainian territory.

On Tuesday,  U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan stated that his country will maintain its policy of not sending military advisors to Ukraine.

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“As we’ve said several times on the record, we are not planning to send U.S. military advisors or troops, trainers to train Ukrainians in Ukraine,” he said.

Sullivan made the remarks to reporters en route to Paris, France, where he will accompany U.S. President Joe Biden to attend a ceremony commemorating the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings along the Normandy coast during World War II.

The National Security Advisor, however, said the United States has been offering training to Ukrainian soldiers outside of the Ukrainian territory.

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Such practice, he said, is being carried out in Germany, where “thousands of Ukrainian soldiers” are being trained on how to operate Western-made military equipment.

“We stand ready to continue, and in fact expand that training,” Sullivan said.

“We will have the opportunity to speak with the French president and the French team on the ground about what they are thinking and obviously I’m not going to get ahead of any announcements they make,” he said, in light of recent media reports saying that French President Emmanuel Macron is mulling the dispatch of his country’s military instructors into Ukraine.

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Sources: Xinhua – EFE

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