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UK pledges Brimstone missiles, Malloy drones and EW systems to Ukraine

4th May 2022 - 13:21 GMT | by Harry Lye in London

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Rendering of the maritime Brimstone missile. (Photo: MBDA)

The UK has expanded its support for Kyiv with the supply of Brimstone anti-ship missiles, Malloy heavy-lift drones and other systems.

Speaking to the Ukrainian Parliament via video link on 3 May, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that Brimstone anti-ship missiles would be delivered to Ukraine in the coming weeks.

The UK is supplying the maritime variant of the missile to Ukraine and various other equipment — including specialised Toyota Land Cruisers, electronic warfare systems, GPS jammers, Stormer armoured vehicles, heavy-lift UAVs and counter-battery radars — will also be sent to the country as it continues to resist the Russian invasion.

Supply of the Brimstone missiles has been speculated for weeks; it is understood that the missiles will be land-launched,

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