Slovakia and Poland to Deliver 17 MIG-29 Combat Aircraft to Ukraine in First Shipment


Slovakia has agreed to deliver 13 MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine, while Poland will transfer four of the same model to support Ukraine’s fight against Russian aggression. The decision was made unanimously by the Slovakian government after it left the fleet last year and no longer used the fighters. The Polish Air Force currently has 28 MiG-29 fighters, and the rest are being prepared so that they can also be transferred to the Ukrainian Army. The transfer of the aircraft was made jointly at the national authority level, and the Polish government plans to donate the planes to Ukraine as part of an international coalition. Denmark’s Prime Minister has indicated Kyiv’s allies are discussing the opportunity of delivering fighters. The Kremlin has denounced the fighter’s transfer, stating they will be destroyed as it will not affect the conflict’s outcome.

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