May 19, 2024
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Ukraine will receive F-16 fighters from Denmark within a month – Denmark’s premiere

Ukraine will receive F-16 fighter jets from Denmark within a month – Danish Prime Minister Ukraine may receive F-16 fighter jets from Denmark within a month, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said.”, — write on:

Ukraine may have received F-16 from Denmark within a month. This was announced by the Prime Minister of Denmark, Mette Frederiksen, who was quoted by journalist George Lau on Twitter, reports UNN.

“F-16s from Denmark will be in Ukraine within a month,” the journalist quoted Frederiksen as saying.


In April, Denmark’s ambassador to Ukraine, Ole Egberg Mikkelsen, said that Ukraine would receive from Denmark all the F-16 fighter jets that the leaders of the countries had previously agreed upon.

Ukrainian pilots are preparing to fly F-16 fighters in DenmarkMay 1, 2024, 23:40 • 23236 views

The Minister of Defense of the Netherlands, Kaisa Ollongren, reported that the first F-16 fighter jets will start arriving in Ukraine this summer. First, Ukraine will receive planes from Denmark. However, by this time, Kyiv should prepare the infrastructure for fighters and provide opportunities for their maintenance.

Air Force representative Ilya Yevlash stated that there are Ukrainian pilots completing their training on F-16 fighters.

According to Reuters, Ukraine expects to receive the first F-16 fighter jets from Western allies such as Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway and Belgium in June-July.

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