Duda: Poland may transfer missiles for Soviet-era air defense systems to Ukraine
Andrzej Duda (Photo: ERA/TOMS KALNINS)

Poland has stocks of missiles for Soviet-era air defense systems and is considering their transfer to Ukraine, as was stated by the country's president, Andrzej Duda, at a press conference with his Ukrainian and Lithuanian counterparts, Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Gitanas Nausėda.

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Duda said he has already discussed a relevant plan with Zelenskyy.

"Poland has them [missiles] in its stocks. And we discussed the possibility of their transfer to Ukraine to provide air defense for Ukraine. I will talk to my defense minister when I return to Warsaw," he said.

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