Bloomberg: Germany may allow Poland to supply Leopard tanks to Ukraine on January 25

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Bloomberg: Germany may already allow Poland to supply Leopard tanks to Ukraine on January 25

All countries that have German Leopard tanks in service and wish to send them to Ukraine, must obtain permission from Berlin.

Berlin on Wednesday, January 25, may grant Poland permission to re-export German Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine.

This is reported by Bloomberg quoting its own sources.

“Germany wants to make a quick decision on this issue in order to ease the growing frustration among the allies,” the report said.

Chancellor Olaf Scholz declined to comment, when asked if a decision would be made on Wednesday.

Recall that on January 11, Polish President Andrzej Duda, during a visit to Lvov, announced the transfer of a tank missile to Ukraine Oty Leopard.

January 24 Germany received a request from Poland to agree to transfer Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. Germany promised to “urgently” consider this request.

< p>Poland even announced its readiness for “non-standard actions” to convince Germany to allow the supply of tanks.

Earlier, the media wrote that Scholz was ready to allow it only when the United States sends its own Abrams tanks to Ukraine, however Berlin denied this information.

German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock assured that Berlin was allegedly not against the supply of tanks to Ukraine. However, she said that the coalition of such suppliers should be increased.

According to Sky News Arabia, US President Joe Biden is allegedly ready to transfer 10 Abrams tanks to Ukraine in order to influence Germany.

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