Ukraine is waiting for MiGs: Slovakia has signed an agreement with Poland and the Czech Republic on patrolling its skies — Reuters

Slovakia signed an agreement with Poland and the Czech Republic on patrol its skies.

This writes Reuters, on Saturday, August 27.

It is noted that after the conclusion of the agreement Bratislava will be able to decommission its MiG-29 Soviet production to further transfer these aircraft to Ukraine.

During the Airshow on Saturday, the Minister of defence of Slovakia Jaroslav Nagy told reporters that Bratislava is still ready to send the aircraft in the Ukraine, but an agreement about sending equipment (as opposed to the agreement on patrol sky) has not yet been achieved, writes Reuters.

“There is a political will, it makes sense to help those who are in need of military assistance. As soon as an agreement is reached, we will inform you,” said Nagy.

Slovakia estimates the MiGs approximately 300 million euros. According to the Minister, Bratislava will seek some compensation for the transfer of military equipment to Ukraine.

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