Poland will join the training of Ukrainian pilots on F-16 aircraft, according to Ukrinform.
"We have determined the schedule of such exercises. Poland will assist Ukraine in training pilots on F-16s," said Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
At the same time, he added, Poland has too few F-16s, so it does not plan to transfer them to Ukraine.
"We have handed over our MiGs - good aircraft, good fighters - and this is highly appreciated," Morawiecki stressed.
He also called on countries that have a significant number of Patriot systems to transfer them to Ukraine. However, Poland itself cannot transfer them because it has very few.
However, several prime ministers of countries that have Patriot systems have promised to deliver them to Ukraine as soon as possible, Morawiecki said.
The coalition to train Ukrainian pilots on the F-16 will be led by Denmark and the Netherlands. Norway, Belgium, Portugal, and Poland intend to join the training of Ukrainian pilots. The allies plan to set up a special fund to provide F-16s.
Meanwhile, the Netherlands is "seriously considering" sending F-16s to Ukraine.