Ukraine: ‘Deterrent effect if Putin knows that all options are on the table’ | James Heappey MP

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GBNews published this video item, entitled “Ukraine: ‘Deterrent effect if Putin knows that all options are on the table’ | James Heappey MP” – below is their description.

‘There’s a deterrent effect on President Putin if he knows that all options are on the table.’

Minister for the Armed Forces James Heappey MP discusses how the UK would respond if unverified reports of chemical weapons being used by Russia in Mariupol are proven true.

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