Poland Offers Entire Fleet Of MIG-29 Fighter Jets To US For Free To Fight In Ukraine

Poland has officially offered to turn over its entire fleet of MIG-29 fighter jets to the US free of charge to be deployed in Ukraine to fight Russians. Meanwhile, Pentagon has warned that if Poland sends jets to Ukraine, it would mean that NATO is at war.

Poland Offers To Turn Over Entire Fleet Of MIG-29 Fighter Jets To US For Free

According to the statement by Polish authorities:

The authorities of the Republic of Poland, after consultations between the President and the Government, are ready to deploy – immediately and free of charge – all their MIG-29 jets to the Ramstein Air Base and place them at the disposal of the Government of the United States of America. 

At the same time, Poland requests the United States to provide us with used aircraft with corresponding operational capabilities. Poland is ready to immediately establish the conditions of purchase of the planes. 

The Polish Government also requests other NATO Allies – owners of MIG-29 jets – to act in the same vein.

The Pentagon said that Poland’s offer to give MiG-29 fighter jets to the U.S. so they can be passed to Ukraine raises serious concerns for the NATO alliance and the plan is not “a tenable one.”

Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby said in a statement that the prospect of jets departing from a U.S. NATO base in Germany to fly into airspace contested with Russia in the Ukraine war is concerning. He said it’s not clear to the U.S. that there is a substantive rationale for it.

“To my knowledge, it wasn’t pre-consulted with us that they plan to get these planes to us,” said U.S. Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland, who told lawmakers she learned of the proposal as she was driving to testify about the Ukraine crisis before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Watch video below:

Do you have a tip or sensitive material to share with GGI? Are you a journalist, researcher or independent blogger and want to write for us? You can reach us at [email protected].

4 Responses

  1. And Poland has a common border with Ukraine, with west Ukraine, where are no Russians, so it’s a long way to fly them first to US’s biggest base outside the US, in Germany.

  2. Zivilist Have to find out somehow, if the old birds are still flight worthy, ….. and Polish test pilots are in short supply. LOL It’s a Win/Win for Poland if they get some stuff that they know works, in trade.

  3. ” Maybe finally, the message: “Russia means business”, reached the three brain cells in Poland,so they passed the hot potato.”

Leave a Reply