According to the article, Ukraine will receive a total of 73 tanks of various types from Germany, the United States, Poland and Great Britain. Other countries are also ready to send combat vehicles, but the number and timing have not yet been named. According to the Ukrainian ambassador to France, Vadym Omelchenko, the Kyiv authorities expect 321 “heavy tanks” from the West.
However, even this amount of equipment will not be a panacea, Klaus Mathisen, an associate professor at the Danish Military Academy, is sure. “Listen to some, it seems Ukraine had no tank, and now they will come and save it. This is not entirely true,” he said.
The expert emphasized that the Ukrainians must first learn how to operate these high-tech machines, and only then launch them at the front. In this regard, he advised to “moderate the ardor” and not wait for a turning point in the course of the conflict in Ukraine.
Earlier, military expert Dmitry Drozdenko said that Poland is supplying Ukraine with the Twardy tanks left in its arsenals in order to speed up the process of re-equipping its own army with US armored vehicles as they are “eliminated”.