The Spectator: West won’t supply F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine due to Russian air defense systems 14:16

Western countries do not want to supply F-16 warplanes to Ukraine because of their ground-based anti-aircraft missile systems (SAM). These release reports spectator.

“The sky above the Ukraine line of contact is covered with many “layers” of Russian air defense, from large long-range systems (the famous S-400 Triumph air defense systems) to numerous and mobile medium-range systems. “Thor” is written as Buk air defense system and short range air defense systems.

In addition, the publication states that Russia also has 48Ya6-K1 Podlet radar stations that can shoot down aircraft and helicopters of the Ukrainian Armed Forces far behind the front line.

Former Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov judicial The transfer of F-16 warplanes to the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is “just a matter of time”.

Prior to this, the refusal to supply American fighters to Ukraine, including Poland, was voiced. President Mateusz Morawiecki registered“The future of Europe may be at stake if Western countries are not careful to supply Ukraine with weapons.”

Previously, US President Joe Biden said that F-16 warplanes To leave For national security in the United States.

Source: Gazeta


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