The Ministry of Defense is considering sending a package, which includes: ammunition. – All political parties negotiating the mandate of the new government today clearly reject such assistance. In such a situation, the decision to provide military equipment is not a good example for the change of political power after the election, said the spokesperson of the Slovak president, Strijinek.
Former Prime Minister Robert Fico’s Smer-Slovak Social Democracy (Smer-SSD) party, which after his election victory gave Czaputova responsibility for forming a cabinet, has long opposed arms supplies to Ukraine. The nationalist Slovak National Party (SNS), which Smyr considers a future coalition partner, shares the same view. Smer’s third potential coalition partner, the Voice – Social Democracy (Hlas-SD) party, said Bratislava had already exhausted its options for providing military aid to Ukrainians.
The report was dismissed by current Defense Minister Martin Schlener, who said the Slovak army had a large amount of equipment and weapons it could supply to Ukraine.
After the Russian invasion began, Slovakia gradually transferred various military equipment and equipment to Ukraine, including the S-300 air defense system and MiG-29 fighter jets.
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