Szef MON Ukrainy chce, by piloci szkolili się w obsłudze m.in. samolotów A-10 Thunderbolt II (Kristan Campbell/Incirlik 39th Air Base Wing/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Ukrainian TV reported on Sunday that Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov wants to train Ukrainian Air Force pilots soon on Western fighters.

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“Negotiations on this issue are already underway,” Reznikov stated.

According to the minister, it is time for Ukrainians to learn how to operate American planes A-10 ThunderboltSo are the fighters F15 And F-16 . The other types mentioned by the head of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense are the aircraft manufactured in Sweden Saab JAS 39 Gripen .

As Reznikov said, Ukrainian soldiers are already being trained by the UK in anti-aircraft weapons and artillery systems. He mentioned Starstreak MANPADS as an example.

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