Su-25 assault planes were disassembled in Europe and delivered to Ukraine - Foreign Policy
Ukraine's Air Force may obtain strike aircraft from countries that assist in opposing Russian aggression.
This was published in the American magazine Foreign Policy by journalist Jack Detsch.
This was published by a journalist after touring Europe's "huge nerve center," which is responsible for delivering military aid to Ukraine from several countries.
This was written by a journalist after visiting the "big nerve center" in Europe, which operates to deliver military aid to Ukraine from different countries.
We are talking not only about Su-25 attack aircraft, but also multi-purpose transport helicopters Mi-17.
"A field team in Eastern Europe linked to the European Command helped dismantle Soviet Su-25 aircraft and Mi-17 helicopters so that they could be sent to Ukraine," reporter Jack Detch wrote.
The journalist did not provide any information about the timing or quantity of aircraft transported.
All information on the transfer of equipment and weapons is kept confidential.
On May 16, it was revealed that three US Mi-17 helicopters had already been transported to Ukraine and were conducting combat missions. The fact that it was Soviet-era aircraft was stressed at the time.
On April 13, the United States announced a $800 million aid package for Ukraine, including 11 Soviet-era Mi-8 and Mi-17 helicopters.
At the same time, the US announced its intention to provide out helicopters to Ukraine prior to Russia's full-scale invasion.
Poland also handed over nearly all spare parts and ammo for MiG-29 jets to Ukraine. Ukraine now has the potential to rebuild its combat capability as a result of this.
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