The Dutch Ministry of Defense announced that it would send eight F-35 fighters to Poland
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The Netherlands will send eight of its F-35 fighter jets to s This was reported by the Dutch Ministry of Defense, reports Reuters.
According to a press release from the department, in February and March, four fighters will be available to patrol NATO airspace over Eastern Europe. Two of “reinforces NATO's presence on the eastern flank and contributes to strengthening cooperation” between alliance countries.
Earlier, DPA reported that Germany has begun transferring Patriot air defenses to Poland in according to plan. It was clarified that Berlin ships two of three complexes made USA. The purpose of air defense supplies to Poland is to protect the airspace of the country and the eastern border of NATO.
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