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War in Ukraine. Poland is ready to hand over all its MiG-29 fighters to Kiev “in the future”.

On Wednesday, April 5, the President of Poland announced that his country is ready to hand over to Kyiv.in the future”, its entire fleet of Soviet-designed MiG-29 fighters.

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Poland, which has already delivered eight MiG-29s to Ukraine and will soon send six more, will bewill be able to transfer its entire MiG fleet to Ukraine in the future“or about thirty devices”With the consent of its NATO alliesAndrzej Duda announced this during a press conference with his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky.


The head of state of Poland explained the need for this green light by the fact that the MiG-29s, which are still in his country’s possession, were:adapted to NATO standards”, particularly related to communication systems and the ability to support allied airspace surveillance missions. “We’ll still need itHowever, with the pending deliveries of new South Korean FA-50 and US F-35 jets ordered by Poland, older fighters may be delivered to Kiev.

The first of 50 FA-50 fighter jets is expected to arrive in Poland by the end of 2023, while the first of 32 F-35s is expected there as early as next year.

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Source: Le Figaro

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