Poland calls for joint action with other countries in sending Leopard tanks to Ukraine

Duda said in a statement in the city of Rzeszow, located on the Polish border with Ukraine, “As part of an international coalition, we are ready to deliver a squadron of Leopard tanks to Ukraine. We will strive to make this coalition consist of a number of countries that will provide more tanks.” said.

Duda stated that they wanted NATO-standard weapons to create a wall against “Russian aggression” and said, “Our meeting in Lviv today was very important. We talked with Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda and Ukrainian President Zelenski on support for Ukraine and the security of Europe.” made its assessment.

Expressing that NATO will continue its efforts to provide security guarantees to Ukraine, Duda added that they visited the graves of soldiers who lost their lives in the war in Lviv.

The Presidents of Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine came together in Lviv, Ukraine today, and signed a joint declaration within the scope of the “L├╝blin Triangle” union.

“Poland has decided to transfer a company of Leopard tanks to Ukraine as part of the international coalition,” Duda said in a statement here. he said.

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