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Kyiv-Berlin-Washington-Moscow continued A military spokesman for the Ukrainian army approved the withdrawal of his country’s troops from the city of Solidar, according to a statement issued yesterday by a French news agency. And earlier this month, Moscow announced that it had captured Solidar northeast of Bakhmut and Klischevka to the south, in a process the Wagner Group claimed responsibility for. “After many months of heavy fighting, Ukrainian forces withdrew from the city to prepared positions,” Serhiy Cherevaty, a military representative in eastern Ukraine, said, declining to give a date for the withdrawal. Earlier this month, the Russian news agency RIA quoted Denis Pushilin, the governor of Ukraine’s Donetsk region, as saying that the Solidar takeover allowed Ukrainian supply routes to be intercepted and some areas from which Ukrainian forces were fighting to be taken under control. “response actions”. For its part, the United Nations announced on Friday that the first convoy of UN humanitarian aid had arrived in the area of ​​the city of Solidar in eastern Ukraine, which has seen some of the fiercest fighting since the beginning of the Russian invasion. In addition, while the US President Biden’s administration is preparing to announce the supply of tanks to Ukraine, the German Prime Minister announced today, Wednesday, that Berlin will send Leopard-2 tanks to Ukraine. According to a statement by the German government, Germany made such a decision to transfer 14 Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine as a result of intensive negotiations with its partners, adding that other European countries, in turn, will send tanks of this type to Ukraine. In addition to tanks, the new batch of aid will include ammunition and maintenance, as well as logistical issues, the ministry said. Yesterday Western media reported that 12 countries agreed to send about 100 German Leopard tanks to Ukraine. And the American television channel ABC, citing a high-ranking Ukrainian official, said that an agreement was reached during a meeting of the contact group to support Ukraine at the Ramstein airbase in Germany, that Poland and Finland had already announced their readiness to transfer tanks to Kyiv. According to the Ukrainian official, Spain, the Netherlands and Denmark also want to supply some tanks to Ukraine. Earlier, German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius believed that NATO countries with Leopard tanks could supply them to Ukraine, and Germany would not object to this, adding that Germany’s decision to send tanks to Ukraine is a “separate issue.” Earlier, EU Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said that Germany was blocking EU initiatives to supply Ukraine with tanks and heavy weapons, which would probably drag out hostilities until next spring. In turn, the Norwegian newspaper Dagens Naringslev reported, citing its sources, that Norway may decide to supply Ukraine with eight available Leopard tanks. The report says that there is a possibility that Norway will supply Ukraine with eight tanks out of 36 Leopard tanks. The government will soon decide to buy new tanks. The Ukrainian newspaper The Wall Street Journal, citing US officials, reported that the Biden administration could announce the delivery of a “large number” of Abrams tanks to Ukraine as early as this week. The report said the potential announcement would be part of a wider deal with Germany, which is committed to supplying Ukraine with a small number of its tanks. Kyiv announces withdrawal from Solidar Germany joins countries supplying Ukraine with German Leopard-2 tanks, which are among the best battle tanks in the world with a speed of about 68 kilometers per hour. It was designed to move over any terrain, including rough terrain, and to break through enemy armor. Each tank weighs over 60 tons and is equipped with a 120 mm cannon and anti-aircraft gun. The Leopard 2 has the latest equipment and armor for better protection and can make a big difference on the battlefield.

Ukraine and Russia – City newspaper

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