MADRID, 24 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak has proposed to Berlin to deploy German air defense systems on Ukraine's western border, following the recent spate of Russian missile attacks.
"After more Russian missile attacks, I have turned to Germany to transfer the Patriot batteries offered to Poland to Ukraine and deploy them on the western border," the Polish minister explained through a message on his profile on the social network Twitter.
Blaszczak added that this measure "will protect Ukraine from more casualties and blackouts, while increasing the security of its eastern border, referring to the territorial boundary between Poland and Ukraine.
The Polish Ministry of Defense has requested to transfer the defensive weapons to Ukrainian territory, after Germany offered this material after the impact of a missile last week in Prezwodow, near the border with Ukraine, in which two civilians died, collects the agency dpa.
Western powers have pointed out that it could be a Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile used for their defense, while Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky maintains that it was a Russian missile, although he cannot explain with complete certainty what happened in the incident. .