British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that he did not think that it would come to war with Russia, and that great efforts were being made to keep the conflict outside Ukraine. This was reported by ITV News Politics.
According to Johnson, he "does not expect" Britain to have to go to war with Russia, even though the new head of the British armed forces, Patrick Sanders, says that the troops must be ready to "fight and win" to prevent the spread of war in Europe.
Note that in a speech on Tuesday, June 28, Chief of the General Staff Gen. Patrick Sanders said he had never seen such a clear threat to peace and democracy as the "brutal aggression" of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"This is our 1937 moment," he said. - "We are not at war, but we have to act quickly so that we don't get dragged into a war because of an inability to contain territorial expansion.