The relatively small number of British instructors belies the impact the advisers can make, according to Oleksiy Melnyk, Co-director of foreign relations and international security programmes at the Razumkov Centre, the Guardian writes.
“One of the approaches the British use is to train the trainers, and this is the way to affect the situation,” analyst said. “The results will multiply.”
Some US military personnel are set to train Ukrainian troops this spring, and the UK has had a resident defence adviser in Kyiv for a decade, mainly to consult on possible reforms. But the new deployment of advisers marks a step forward, …read more
Source: Razumkov Centre