As the Ukraine situation worsens, former Special Forces are heading to the nation to assist British residents and others in fleeing.
A squad of former soldiers from some of the UK’s most elite regiments evacuated critical persons from Kyiv as Russian troops pursued targets on a kill list. Inherent Risks, an emergency help and response firm, moved the citizens to safety in Poland. Former SAS, Paratroopers, and the other UK and US Special Forces play a ‘critical’ role in Ukraine and neighboring nations for risk advising businesses. Inherent Risks has acted as a leader and coordinator on behalf of insurers, religious and humanitarian organizations, and individual customers around the nation.
Additionally, the contractor’s Dublin headquarters supports media work, with journalists among those in danger of getting ‘caught in the crossfire.’ British volunteer warriors have been showcased in Russian propaganda movies supporting Ukraine’s defense. Aiden Aislin, 28, and Shaun Pinner, 48, both serving alongside Ukrainian troops, were among them. Scott Sibley, a former Royal Marine, became the first known UK citizen to be killed in action since the conflict started 69 days ago. ‘For many, we have repeatedly heard that as soon as they learned they had been sanctioned to fight by the British government, they purchased a ticket and did precisely that.
Numerous people entered Ukraine before the British government reversed course and proclaimed it unlawful. For those who have joined the fight, regardless of their country of origin, my personal feelings are that it is an incredibly noble and courageous decision’ ‘Standing by and doing nothing is the alternative, and when you witness the desperation and suffering endured by the people of Ukraine, that is not an option.