Greece should send Russian-made S-300 missiles to Ukraine says ret. US General
Speaking on Fox News, Keith Kellogg, formerly the National Security Advisor to former Vice President Mike Pence, remarked that if the West won’t let Ukraine have additional MiG fighter jets, they should seek anti aircraft missiles from certain NATO-member countries. The general said two Balkan countries, Greece and Bulgaria, along with fellow NATO member Slovakia, all have S-300 missile technology that itself was originally designed by Russia. “The thing they should do is go to Bulgaria, Slovakia, and Greece, which are three NATO nations, and they’ve got a system called the S-300, which is a Russian system that shoots down ballistic missiles and anti-aircraft [projectiles] as well, and put it around those point-targets and defend it,” he said. “It’d be kind of nice to have a Russian system shoot down a Russian aircraft,” he said.
- Published in Greece