Germany did not allow Poland to send MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine

Ukraine will not be able to receive Polish MiG-29 fighters without the permission of Germany.

Despite the fact that there have already been reports that Poland allegedly transferred the first four MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine (and according to other sources, it should transfer them within the next few days), it turned out that in reality the supply of Polish fighters to Ukraine is impossible - its permission Germany did not issue the transfer of these aircraft.

As it became known, Berlin did not receive requests for permission to supply fighters received by Poland from the GDR. Information on this subject was announced by the Cabinet of Ministers of Germany, in connection with which, Ukraine is unlikely to be able to receive Polish fighters before mid-April.

In Berlin, they were shocked that Poland, without any notification and permission from Germany, arbitrarily decided to transfer combat aircraft to Ukraine. In this regard, Germany is ready to follow the principle and not give Ukraine the right to use these aircraft for combat operations against Russia.

Earlier it became known that Poland intended to transfer 28 MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine, while Slovakia intended to transfer another 13 fighters.


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