The Ukrainian president, Volodimir Zelenski, has reiterated this Saturday to the NATO countries to send fighters and tanks to Ukraine to “really defend the freedom” of the country, which has been at war with Russia since February 24.
In a videoconference with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda, Zelensky warned that if the Ukrainian armed forces are not supplied with fighter planes and tanks, the Russian military could later pose “a threat to neighboring NATO countries”, according to explained the Presidency of Ukraine in a statement.
“If partners do not help Ukraine with planes and tanks, and they have this opportunity, there is a high risk that Russian troops will not only pose a missile threat to the territory of our neighbors – friends Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and the Baltic countries,” Zelensky said, according to the statement.
Likewise, the Ukrainian president has stressed that “the price” of the delay in the delivery of combat aircraft “is thousands of lives of Ukrainians” who would be losing due to air attacks, which are taking place in “peaceful Ukrainian cities”.
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In addition, Zelensky has lamented that the Soviet-made aircraft available in Eastern European countries “have not yet been delivered.”
The United States and Poland had been searching for a way to supply Soviet-era fighter jets to Ukraine, but eventually gave up on the grounds that delivery of the fighters would put NATO in “a difficult situation.”
“We cannot deliver those planes because of the responsibility we have towards our allies. It could put NATO in a difficult situation,” explained the Polish president on March 13.