3 NATO countries that do not want to give fighter jets to Ukraine


Three NATO countries refused to provide fighter jets to Ukraine to fight the Russian invasion. Photo/REUTERS

JAKARTA – Ukraine has repeatedly made requests for weapons ranging from tanks, submarines to fighter jets in order to defend against the Russian invasion.

Requests for tanks have been agreed by several NATO countries, including European countries and the United States (US), although they have not yet been delivered. However, the demand for fighter jets is difficult to fulfill.

The following three NATO countries have refused to provide modern fighter jets to Ukraine:

1. United States

US President Joe Biden confirmed that America would not send F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine as President Volodymyr Zelensky and other Kiev officials had demanded.

The United States says Washington will focus on providing artillery, armored vehicles and air defense systems.

US officials take Biden’s remarks to mean that Kiev has not made fighter jets a top priority.

2. Poland

According to reports Notes from PolandPoland refuses to deliver MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine.

But recently Poland intends to send the Russian-made fighter jets to Ukraine through the US Air Base in Germany.

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