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Big Bam is Coming! For the First Time, a Third Country Agrees to Participate in Air Defense of Ukraine When Russian Missiles Are Shot Down – Shocking Announcement Opens the “Umbrella” of War

Big Bam is Coming! For the First Time, a Third Country Agrees to Participate in Air Defense of Ukraine When Russian Missiles Are Shot Down – Shocking Announcement Opens the “Umbrella” of War

Ukraine and Poland signed a “security agreement” on July 8 in Warsaw, aimed at strengthening defense cooperation between the two countries.

The agreement was signed by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk and includes a clause allowing the downing of Russian missiles and drones “flying in Polish airspace.”

It specifically states, “The ability to shoot down Russian missiles and drones in Ukrainian airspace flying towards PolandWithout a clear definition of the rules of engagement and thresholds that the Russian system would have to cross to activate the Polish Air Force or Air Defence.

The vague reference to these details, as well as the “slot” that allows the Poles to use Ukrainian airspace to freely launch Patriot anti-aircraft missiles against Russian targets, effectively allows Western fighter jets to operate.

It is noteworthy that Poland, through its participation in NATO’s Baltic Air Protection Mission, can easily use its air bases to operate Ukrainian F-16s, as well as other Western fighters.

The operation of NATO air forces in Ukrainian airspace is basically allowed, without restrictions, which increases the likelihood of Russian strikes on Polish territory!

This is something that the pro-war bloc of the European Union and the United States will not let go of in any way to drag Europe and Russia into the conflict.

The agreement also provides for the training and equipping of the Ukrainian Legion, a new military unit that will be trained in Poland.

Poland will also provide future fighter aircraft to Ukraine, both those already transferred and potential future missions.

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