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White House must decide on sending F16 jets to Ukraine, say German and UK Defence Ministers

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Any decision to send F16 fighter jets to Ukraine rests on the White House, says German Defence Minister, Boris Pistorius. Speaking at a joint press conference with UK Defence Secretary, Ben Wallace, Pistorius says that, despite a jet "coalition" announced by Britain and the Netherlands this week, matters relating to the F16 "are not questions that are answered in Berlin". Pistorius' comments echo those made by Wallace.

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