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US Army Trains Over 11,000 Ukrainian Soldiers in Germany, Says Chief of Staff

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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley said that about 11,200 Ukrainian military personnel have been or are being trained in Germany.

“About 2,500 Ukrainian troops are now being trained in Germany, and about 8,800 have completed their training and returned home,” Milli said from Ramstein Air Base in Germany.

This comes after Pentagon spokesman Patrick Ryder announced last March that 65 Ukrainian soldiers had received Patriot training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and returned to Europe.

At the same time, the British Ministry of Defense announced in a statement that a total of 14,000 Ukrainian servicemen returned to Ukraine after military training in the United Kingdom.

The Telegraph reported yesterday that the Dutch army has been secretly training Ukrainian soldiers in the use of US Patriot air defense systems in recent weeks and the training has already been completed, indicating that no information about this training is being released for security reasons.

Source: RT

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