Polish PM Morawiecki: No agreement in NATO on the supply of fighter jets to Ukraine 09:41

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that the decision on the supply of fighter jets to Ukraine will be taken by NATO, but no agreement has been reached so far. He said this in an interview he gave to the newspaper. Corriere della Sera.

“There is no agreement on this at the moment,” the Polish politician said.

Earlier, the British edition of The Spectator said that Western countries are delaying the delivery of modern fighters to the Ukrainian Air Force due to the threat from Russian air defense systems – such a war requires the full strength of the NATO air force, not a single aircraft . More details – in the material “socialbites.ca”.

On February 24, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he had decided to organize a special military operation in Ukraine in response to a request for assistance from the heads of the LPR and DPR.

The decision to run the operation became the justification for new sanctions against Russia by the United States and its allies.

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Source: Gazeta

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