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EU leaders at the summit on February 9-10 may discuss the supply of fighter jets to Ukraine


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At the summit on February 9-10, the leaders of 27 EU countries may discuss the provision of fighter jets to Ukraine.

This is reported by the media with reference to the representative of the EU, who spoke on Wednesday with journalists in Brussels.

“We can expect such a discussion. The answer is yes,” he said, answering a related question.

According to the diplomat, some EU countries have expressed interest in raising the issue of providing fighter jets to Ukraine at the February 9-10 summit.

Recall, on February 6, it became known that the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky was invited to come to the EU summit .

Today, Zelensky arrived on a visit to the UK , from where he will go to Paris.

The office of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, amid Zelensky’s visit to the country, said that the UK would expand the training of Ukrainian fighter pilots and marines. The statement said the training will allow Ukrainian pilots to fly modern NATO-standard fighter jets in the future .

In addition, it was reported that  Biden told why he is against sending F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine .

source: strana


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