Greece does not plan to transfer S-300 systems to Ukraine

General of the Greek Ministry of Defense Konstantinos Floros said that Greece will not supply anti-aircraft missile systems (SAM) to Ukraine.

In an interview with journalists, the chief of the general staff of the national defense of Greece, according to RIA Novosti, said that such a transfer or transfer of weapons from the country’s own military stocks is inappropriate, as this may affect the country’s defense capability.

Earlier, the Public News Service broadcast a message about the supply of weapons to Ukraine from Jen Psaki, a White House spokesman. The head of the press service of the US administration stressed that the supply of weapons, as part of additional military-technical support, will also be carried out quickly, writes GreekReporter.

Earlier, our publication reported that in order to provide assistance to Ukraine, Greece sent 2 planes with military equipment and Kalashnikov assault rifles. On February 27, in the evening, the authorities sent 2 C-130 Hercules military transport aircraft through Poland, with weapons and medicines. There were no official details about what the planes were, but cunning journalists sniffed out that the missiles that were on the list were the Russian C-300 complex, as well as AK47 Kalashnikov assault rifles and 20 boxes of medicines …

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