US stopped Poland giving Ukraine MiG-29 jets in secret deal with China – media reports
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NATO has not approved the transfer of Polish MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine
In particular, it was agreed that if the United States stopped the MiG deal, Beijing's generals would do their best to defuse Putin's nuclear threat at an operational level, Matthews wrote.
Also read: Why Poland and NATO failed to agree on deploying MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine
"It worked," the Chinese source said.
"The (United States) have decided that supplying aircraft is a step too far."
According to Matthews, Washington initially took a positive view of Poland's transfer of MiG-29 jets in exchange for more modern Western fighter jets for Warsaw. But a day later, on March 8, the Pentagon abruptly changed its position, declaring Poland's proposal "unsustainable."
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At the same time, as the author wrote, despite a dramatic escalation in supplies of money and military equipment, including the NATO-standard 155-mm artillery capable of firing guided shells and the high-mobility artillery-missile system, which Deployment of attack aircraft held back. Helicopters, NATO-standard tanks, long-range missiles and cruise missile systems.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on March 6 that NATO members had the green light to send fighter jets to Ukraine, while the US and its allies continued efforts to help Ukraine defend against the Russian invasion.
He noted that US authorities are "in the process of discussing with our Polish friends what we might be able to do to meet their needs if they actually decide to make these fighter jets available to the Ukrainians."
The Biden administration originally said that the MiG-29 jets deployed in Poland could be transferred to Ukraine for close air support, but instead the Pentagon sent them to a US base in Germany, claiming that "the transfer of MiG-29 29 jets to Ukraine could be mistaken for an escalation and could result in a significant response from Russia, which could increase the prospects of military escalation with NATO.”
Also read: Zelenskyj calls on Washington to immediately send Polish MiG fighter jets to Ukraine
Later that day, Poland announced that it would not deploy its fighter jets to Ukraine.
Finally, on March 9, after a series of emotional statements from Kyiv and Warsaw, the United States, represented by Pentagon spokesman John Kirby, rejected the transfer of Polish fighter jets to Ukraine.
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