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Pentagon: US has no plans to supply Patriot air defense systems to Ukraine yet

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The problems of supplying air defense systems (air defense) to Ukraine remain key for the United States, but the supply of Patriot systems is not yet planned. This statement was made at a briefing hosted by Pentagon spokesman Patrick Ryder.

“As for any Patriot batteries, we have no plans at this stage to supply them to Ukraine,” Ryder said.

The Pentagon official added that the United States will continue to consult with its allies and partners on the weapons that best meet Ukraine’s defense needs.

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev previously said on Telegram channel that the Patriot anti-aircraft missile systems transferred to Ukraine will become a legitimate target for the Russian armed forces.

Source: Riafan

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