On April 24, in an interview with the Russian information publication Meduza, Oleksii Arestovich spoke about our skies, maneuvers, and technical support from the world's developed countries. According to Arestovich, Ukraine has focused on how it can protect itself and what tools are needed for this.
“Ukraine is no longer negotiating with NATO to close the skies over Ukraine. This is a closed question. What we need is an air defense system, which is already being provided to us. And we ourselves will close the sky," Oleksii Arestovich.
We remind you that on April 24, Pentagon representatives Antony Blinken and Lloyd Austin arrived in Kyiv. During the conversation with Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Dmytro Kuleba, and Oleksii Reznikov, the topic of the sky over Ukraine and NATO assistance was not raised. "This visit does not involve the actual involvement of the US military," according to CNN.
America's President Joe Junior Biden reaffirmed his faith in Ukraine and our democracy.
“2 months after Putin launched an unprovoked and unjustified attack on Ukraine, Kyiv still stands. President Zelenskyy and his democratically-elected government remain in power. We will continue to support Ukrainians in their fight to defend their homeland,” Biden wrote on his Twitter.