Poland is ready to send F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine after coordination with its NATO allies.

APA reports with reference to the office of the Prime Minister of Poland that the country's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said this.

During his visit to the 18th mechanized division in the city of Siedltse, Moravierski told reporters in an interview: "Warsaw can provide any military aircraft to the Armed Forces of Ukraine based on agreement with its allies in the NATO Alliance."

He also mentioned that MIG planes were also given in this way.

At the press conference, the Prime Minister of Poland addressed to him "will the official Warsaw mediate in the international arena for the supply of F-16 fighter jets, as well as long-range missile weapons to Ukraine, as with the Leopard tanks?"

answered the question.

"We will be able to supply any other air attack equipment by agreeing with NATO countries, just as in the process of handing over MIG aircraft to Ukraine a few months ago," the minister said.