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Slovakia will send tanks and MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine

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Slovakia will send tanks and MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine. Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger spoke about this in a conversation with Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala. Their statements are broadcast by the Czech TV channel ST 24.

“Ukraine can get MiGs and tanks. The Czech Republic can help with the training of soldiers,” Heger said in an interview with the TV channel. Also, the leaders of the two countries discussed assistance to Slovakia from the Czech Republic.

Earlier, a citizen of the Czech Republic, who fought on the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, died in Ukraine. The death of the mercenary, known as the Spaniard, was confirmed by Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky.

Also, the National Crime Agency (NAKA), which is part of the Slovak police, detained and charged with a criminal offense the former chairman of the country’s Supreme Court, the former head of the Ministry of Justice, Stefan Garabin, who expressed “approval of the actions of the Russian Federation in Ukraine.” This was reported by the Bratislava TV channel Markiza.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a special operation in Ukraine on February 24. According to him, Russia is helping the Donbass, and is also carrying out the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine.”

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Slovakia will send tanks and MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine. Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger spoke about this in a conversation with Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala. Their statements are broadcast by the Czech TV channel ST 24. “Ukraine can get MiGs and tanks. The Czech Republic can help with the training of soldiers,” Heger said in an interview with the TV channel. Also, the leaders of the two countries discussed assistance to Slovakia from the Czech Republic. Earlier, a citizen of the Czech Republic, who fought on the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, died in Ukraine. The death of the mercenary, known as the Spaniard, was confirmed by Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky. Also, the National Crime Agency (NAKA), which is part of the Slovak police, detained and charged with a criminal offense the former chairman of the country’s Supreme Court, the former head of the Ministry of Justice, Stefan Garabin, who expressed “approval of the actions of the Russian Federation in Ukraine.” This was reported by the Bratislava TV channel Markiza. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a special operation in Ukraine on February 24. According to him, Russia is helping the Donbass, and is also carrying out the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine.”

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