According to the news report from CNN International news agency; they revealed that Mateusz Morawiecki, Prime Minister of Poland, has stated that his country is ready to train Ukrainian pilots on F-16 fighter jets.
He was noted to have made this statement at a press conference together with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Kyiv.
Quote: "If we are talking about training Ukrainian pilots on F-16, then yes, we are ready to conduct such training on F-16 fighter jets in Poland."
Nevertheless, Morawiecki has highlighted that this decision should be aligned within the larger coalition.
"But Poland is ready to provide such training. It is very important for the Ukrainian skies to be finally safe," he stressed.
Finally, it would interest you to know that on 22 February, Andrzej Duda, President of Poland, commented on a possibility to send fighter jets to Ukraine, pointing out that it would primarily concern Soviet-made MiG-29s that Poland wants to replace with modern jets.
Duda has pointed out that "it should be a decision of the allies with a wide scope".
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