Ukraine Gets Air Defense System from Slovakia

The relentless air attack from Russia against Ukraine is about to take a dramatic change.

Slovakia has stepped up to donate the S-300 Air Defense System to Ukraine.

It may not be the most up-to-date system available, but it will help.

Saving Lives

Russia has been able to drop an unending stream of missiles on Ukraine.

Without a proper air defense system in place, Russia has been able to take out targets at will.

As we all know, many of these targets have been civilian targets, killing innocents for no apparent reason other than to destroy the morale of Ukrainians.

Slovakia Prime Minister Eduard Heger is hoping to change that, stating, “I can confirm that the Slovak Republic has donated to Ukraine an air defense system, the S-300.

“I believe that this defense system will help save many innocent lives from the aggression of the Putin regime.”

He tempered the donation, stating, “However, the donation of this system does not mean that Slovakia has become part of the armed conflict.

“And I would like to assure all the citizens of the Slovak Republic that the protection of our territory is sufficiently secure and will be reinforced in the coming days by another system from our allies.”

Slovakia has been rewarded for its generosity with a donation in kind by the United States of a Patriot missile system.

Why Biden did not send our system directly to Ukraine to help defend the country is unforgivable.

When you look at all the innocent lives that could have been saved from the outset had Ukraine had a Patriot system, well, perhaps it’s time that people start pointing the finger at Biden just as they are doing with Putin for these horrific war crimes.

Source: Fox News


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