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Norway considers transfer of up to 8 Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine

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Ukraine can possibly receive up to eight Leopard 2 tanks from Norway/ Source: collage by

European Pravda reports, referencing Norwegian publication Dagens Næringsliv, Norway is considering supplying Ukraine with up to eight Leopard 2 tanks from 36 available.

According to the publication, the Norwegian government will soon decide to procure new tanks.

Norway held a closed meeting of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on Monday evening to discuss military assistance to Ukraine.

On Tuesday, it became known that Germany had received a request from Poland to re-export Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. The German government stated that they want to consider this application as soon as possible. According to media reports, the decision may be announced as early as Wednesday.

Read also:

12 countries to give Ukraine about 100 Leopard 2 tanks once Germany approves – ABC News

Germany sends Leopard tanks to Ukraine – Spiegel’s sources

Finnish President Niinistö arrives in Kyiv to discuss delivery of Leopard tanks

US leaning toward sending a significant number of Abrams tanks to Ukraine – WSJ sources (updated)


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