Poland's president says his country will give Ukraine four MiG-29 fighter jets in the coming days. (file photo)
Poland’s president says his country plans to give Ukraine a dozen MiG-29 fighter jets, becoming the first NATO member to fulfill the Ukrainian government's increasingly urgent requests for warplanes. President Andrzej Duda said on March 16 that Poland would hand over four of the Soviet-made warplanes in the coming days and the rest need to be checked and would be supplied later. Duda did not say if other countries would be making the same move, although Slovakia has said it would send its disused MiGs to Ukraine. To read the original story from AP, click here .