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British Commandos Dominated NATO Presence in Ukraine, Claims The Guardian

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Moscow, April 12 – The Guardian newspaper reported, citing sources, that most of the special forces from NATO countries in Ukraine in February-March 2023 are British, and their number was up to 50 people.
The newspaper studied part of the documents leaked to the network after the leak of US intelligence data.
According to the documents, US officials estimated at the time that of the 97 special forces (military) from NATO countries operating in Ukraine, 50 were British. This is significantly more than the US and France, which reportedly provided 14 and 15 special forces personnel. respectively.

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At the same time, the documents do not contain any information about the purposes of deployment of British troops or other special forces units.
According to media reports, at the moment, senior officials in the ministry do not know who is behind the “leak”. At the same time, it is noted that in recent days there has been talk that the source may be the son of a Pentagon employee who wanted to brag to his friends in the Discord messenger application, where the classified materials originally appeared.
Earlier, the media wrote that the Pentagon was investigating a leak on the social network of materials describing the state of the Ukrainian forces and the plans of the United States and NATO to strengthen them. The New York Times noted that the documents, dated early March, were distributed in “Russian pro-government Telegram channels”. It was claimed that more than 100 documents could be obtained on the Internet, and the damages from what happened are estimated to be significant. The Pentagon told the News Agency that they are studying information about the leak. Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, in response to a question about the leak, that the Russian Federation has no doubts that the United States and NATO are directly or indirectly involved in the conflict.

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