North Macedonia to transfer 12 Mi-24 combat helicopters to Ukraine
published on 3/27/23 9:18 AM
North Macedonia's Defence Minister Slavyanka Petrovska
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North Macedonia is to transfer 12 Mi-24 combat helicopters to Ukraine, the country’s Defence Minister Slavyanka Petrovska said. Skopje purchased the helicopters from Kyiv in 2001, MIA reported. North Macedonia has already sent four Su-25 aircraft and its old T-72 tanks to Kyiv.
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