The USA and France do not rule out the possibility of sending fighter jets to Ukraine

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The USA and France do not rule out the possibility of delivering fighter jets to Ukraine, the representatives of the two countries indicated today.

When asked if Washington was considering that option, John Finer, deputy national security adviser to the US president, told NBC television that no weapon system has been ruled out.

The support, he says, will be tailored to what Ukraine needs and "we will discuss it very carefully," said Feiner, Deutsche Welle reports.

According to the writings of the British media, the president of the Defense Committee of the French National Assembly, Thomas Gassiu, made a similar statement in London.

"We have to examine the requests on a case-by-case basis, leaving all doors open," he added.

The Polish government has announced that it will support NATO if it decides to supply fighter jets to Ukraine.

"I think that we, NATO, should be more courageous," Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in a statement to French television LCI.

But as he emphasized, it can only be a decision of NATO as a whole.

On the other hand, the German chancellor Olaf Scholz ruled out the delivery of fighter jets. Previously, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy repeated that his country needs additional deliveries of weapons, in addition to the now promised battle tanks.

"Russian aggression can be stopped only with appropriate weapons, Zelensky said in his regular nightly video address to compatriots," adding that, among other things, fighter jets are needed.

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