Poland is running out of stock of MiG-29 fighter jets, 90% of their fighter jets are being delivered to Ukraine

Hsmilitarycom: Almost all polish MiG-29 fighter jets are sent to the Ukrainian air force to deal with Russian military operations.

Poland is running out of stock of MiG-29 fighter jets, 90% of their fighter jets are being delivered to Ukraine

Polish media reported that the Polish Defense Ministry has delivered to Ukraine almost all missiles for MiG-29 fighter jets, as well as spare parts and kits. According to some data, Poland has only about 10% of spare parts and ammunition left in warehouses by the end of 2021.

Poland confirmed that the remaining spare parts and ammunition would not be shipped again to Ukraine, as they needed them for the Polish Air Force itself, which is still armed with 28 MiG-29 fighter jets.

"Poland transferred to Ukraine almost all of its spare parts and weapons for the MiG-29 aircraft. Thanks to this, the Ukrainian Air Force was able to restore the combat capabilities of the fighters they had at home." , - reported the Polish edition of Onet.

What type of missile and in what number was delivered to the Ukrainian Air Force has not been given an official statement.

According to data quoted from Avia pro, at least 12 MiG-29 fighter jets are still operating in the Ukrainian Air Force, but these fighter jets have not been able to prove, meaning the existence of Polish MiG-29 fighter jets in Ukraine is still mysterious.

Previously, it was reported that turkish companies stopped sending Bayraktar TB2 drones to the Ukrainian air force, this is because Bayraktar did not last long in Ukraine.

However, the U.S. will continue to deliver military equipment to the armed forces, as will howitzers, who recently arrived in Ukraine.

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