The heads of the air forces of Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway signed an agreement to use 250 fighters as a single force.
This is reported by Aftenposten.
The air forces of the four Nordic countries have signed an agreement that aims to act as a single joint air force.
This involves joint training, technical support, logistics and planning.
As a result, the combined forces of the four countries will have about 250 modern combat aircraft. This is roughly on a par with major European powers such as France and Great Britain.
It will be recalled that the Finnish mass media reported that Ukraine submitted a request to Finland for trilateral negotiations regarding Hornet fighters between Kyiv, Helsinki and Washington, as these are American-made aircraft.
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin recently visited Kyiv and noted that her country could, together with other allies, consider providing Ukraine with fighter jets.