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US to replace its troops in Europe with new units

14.05.2022 09:21
The US government is to deploy around 10,500 military personnel to Europe to replace its army units placed in the region in face of Russian aggression on Ukraine.
Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby.
Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby.Photo: PAP/EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby announced the move on Friday saying that “these deployments are a one-for-one unit replacements, which leaves our overall force posture in the region - approximately 100,000 — unchanged.”

"The units being replaced will return to their home stations following a proper turnover of responsibilities,” he added.

Kirby also stressed that the replacements were designed to respond to the current situation in Ukraine and were  not permanent.

Kirby added that the soldiers were not going to Ukraine, and that their aim was to “ensure the defence of NATO countries.”

He also stressed that the US government continues to provide Ukraine with weapons and material support to aid its defence efforts against Russia.

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Source: defense.gov