Ukraine’s Commander-in-Chief thanked Polish “brothers in arms” for air defense aid

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Ukraine’s Commander in Chief Valeriy Zaluzhnyi thanked Polish “brothers in arms” who helped Ukraine with Soviet air defense systems, missiles, and training earlier in the war. During the 10-11 October missile and drone attack from Russia, Ukraine’s air defense shot down 9 of 11 Shahid-136 UAVs in particular thanks to that help, he wrote.
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