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Germany Considers Sending Fourth Patriot Air-Defense System to Ukraine


Germany is contemplating the deployment of a fourth Patriot air-defense missile battery to Ukraine, according to a report by Bloomberg. This move is in response to Ukraine’s urgent requests for advanced air defense systems to counter intensified Russian attacks.

The potential deployment would add to the three Patriot systems that Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s government has already committed, with the most recent pledge made in April. Sources close to the matter, who wished to remain anonymous, indicated that a final decision has not yet been reached.

In addition to Germany, the United States and Romania are also considering the possibility of sending one Patriot battery each to bolster Ukraine’s defense capabilities.

The urgency for enhanced air defense in Ukraine has been underscored by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who has called for immediate support to fend off the renewed Russian offensive. Despite these appeals, allied nations have been cautious in delivering more advanced defense systems to Kyiv.

As discussions continue, the situation remains fluid, with the potential for significant developments in the near future.

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