Ukraine, Russia, Unite Kingdom

UK to supply Ukraine with 10,000 drones

1,000 of these drones will be one-way or "kamikaze" drones.

Ukrainian and British flags. (Photo: AndriiKoval/Shutterstock)

Britain is set to provide Ukraine with 10,000 drones, including 1,000 one-way or "kamikaze" drones, in its war against Russia, according to a report by Reuters.

The announcement was made by Defense Secretary Grant Shapps during his third visit to the country.

Britain is now adding £125 million to a previously announced £200 million military aid package to Ukraine, and will send over 10,000 drones, most of which will be first-person view drones, 1,000 of which will be explosive or "kamikaze" drones, and some of which will be surveillance or maritime drones.

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