Poland is ready to provide its F-16 aircraft to Ukraine. But this is possible only in coordination with NATO.
This was stated by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during a press conference, quoted by WNP.PL
"As it was a few months ago in the context of MiGs, so will any other air power be implemented and possibly transferred in agreement with NATO countries. Here we will act in full coordination," Moravetskyi said in response to a question, Is Poland ready to send F-16?
Meanwhile, such a position has already been welcomed in the President's Office. The head of OP Andriy Yermak noted that "the work on obtaining F-16 fighters continues."
"We have positive signals from Poland, which is ready to pass them on to us in coordination with NATO. Tanks, fighter jets are a great company for turning Russian enemies into fertilizers," Yermak writes.