Ukraine says it will receive jets from 3 NATO countries — RT Russia and former Soviet Union


Bulgaria, Poland and Slovakia would deliver more than 70 planes to the Ukrainian army

Three NATO countries will deliver more than 70 fighter jets to Kiev, Ukrainian military officials announced on Tuesday morning.

According to a statement posted on Facebook, Poland, Bulgaria and Slovakia will provide more than 70 MiG-29 and SU-25 aircraft that can be based at Polish airfields.
Sixteen MiG-29 and 14 SU-25 aircraft will be provided by Bulgaria. Poland will send 28 MiG-29 fighter jets and Slovakia may deliver 12 MiG-29 jets, officials said.

Our partners gave us MiG-29 and SU-25! If necessary, they can be based at Polish airfields from which Ukrainian pilots can carry out combat missions,reads the statement, also suggesting that there will soon be more “Ghosts of Kyiv”.

The “Ghost of Kiev” became a media legend following reports that a Ukrainian pilot “managed to shoot down 6 Russian fighter jets single-handedly”. However, the footage showing the “Ghost” was quickly revealed to be a clip from “Digital Combat Simulator”.

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Putin made the decision to launch a military offensive against Ukraine last Thursday, saying it needed “demilitarize” Ukraine to protect Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics and Russian security interests. Majority of Western countries condemned the attack and imposed severe sanctions on Moscow and Russian officials.

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