Poland is ready to supply Ukraine with the long-awaited F-16 fighter jets in coordination with NATO, the head of the Ukrainian presidential office Andriy Yermak. He said On January 30th. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki Tell The journalists said that the transfer of any aircraft to Ukraine can only take place by agreement with NATO countries, and Poland will “work in full coordination” with its allies.
Polish publication Dziennik Gazeta Prawna mentioned On January 25, citing sources in the country’s government, Poland delivered “a certain number” of MiG-29s to Ukraine last spring as “spare parts”.
The Dutch government will also consider supplying Ukraine with F-16 fighter jets if Kyiv requests it, NL Times reports. mentionedquoted by the country’s foreign minister, Wopke Hoekstra, on January 20.
During that letter At the Ramstein-8 meeting in Germany on January 20, President Volodymyr Zelensky asked the partners to give Ukraine long-range missiles and F-16 fighters. Ukraine’s allies have been reluctant to supply these Western-made fighter jets so far.
Andrei Sibiha, Deputy Chief of Staff of the President of the Republic. He said On January 22nd, the bureau hopes that the next meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group, also known as the Ramstein Summit, will focus on supplying the aircraft to Ukraine.
The last meeting of fifty defense ministers at the US Air Force Base Ramstein in Germany takes place On January 20, the next Rammstein summit is scheduled for mid-February, according to Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov.
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