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Ukraine commander reveals he has received 600 applications from Britain, writes IAN BIRRELL


British military veterans are flocking to join Ukraine’s fight for freedom despite warnings that their involvement risks dragging Nato into the conflict.

Mamuka Mamulashvili, commander of a paramilitary group of foreigners who have been operating in the country for eight years, said he had about 600 applications from Britain, with scores of former soldiers already on the frontline or in training camps.

‘There are at least 100 Brits fighting,’ he said. ‘They are good fighters – among the best soldiers because they are well-trained and well-motivated.’

The revelation will alarm British ministers and military chiefs who fear that captured Britons could be used by Vladimir Putin to justify widening the war with retaliatory attacks on Nato nations

The revelation will alarm British ministers and military chiefs who fear that captured Britons could be used by Vladimir Putin to justify widening the war with retaliatory attacks on Nato nations

The revelation will alarm British ministers and military chiefs who fear that captured Britons could be used by Vladimir Putin to justify widening the war with retaliatory attacks on Nato nations.

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