Putin Fumes As NATO 'Allows' Ukraine To Attack Russia With F-16s; 'Kyiv Free To Use...' | Watch | Hindustan Times
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Putin Fumes As NATO 'Allows' Ukraine To Attack Russia With F-16s; 'Kyiv Free To Use...' | Watch

NATO's biggest provocation for Russia as the Ukraine conflict completes two years. NATO has allowed Ukraine to "attack Russia" with "deadly" F-16 fighter jets. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said that once Kyiv receives F-16s, it will be free to use them even outside its borders. Ukraine has long demanded the F-16 as a way to combat Russian air superiority. Experts say the F-16's design is such that it might have difficulties operating from Ukrainian runways. This has sparked speculation that they might fly from Poland, Romania, or the Baltic States instead. Russia has issued a warning, saying such a deployment would be an escalation of the conflict.

 
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