Leopard tanks, the Poles warn Germany: “What risks”

Pressure from Polish guns in Kiev. Germany will be isolated internationally if it does not agree to supply Ukraine with Leopard 2 tanks, Poland’s Deputy Foreign Minister Arkadiusz Mularczyk said. Commenting on the words of Annalena Baerbock, head of diplomacy in Berlin, who yesterday announced Germany’s general approval for the supply of tanks by third countries, Mularczyk attributed her statement to pressure exerted on Germany by other Western countries. “It must be understood that Germany, by not agreeing to send tanks to Ukraine, finds itself internationally isolated. If they continue in this position, they will find themselves in a position of extreme weakness,” he added speaking to Polskie Radio. For Mularczyk “a great game is being played, which concerns not only victory in Ukraine, but also American influence in Europe. The Germans and the French understand that well”.

The Warsaw Stoccata in Berlin acts as a bank for Russia. As for the possibility of supplying Kiev with Leopard tanks, “all countries that in one way or another participate directly or indirectly in sending weapons and raising the technological level of Ukraine, are all responsible for this in one way or another another,” said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. “All these exchanges of statements between European capitals, including Warsaw” about the shipment of Leopard 2, and “threats to Berlin of international isolation suggest that nervousness among members of the alliance is constantly increasing”, emphasized Peskov.

Source: IL Tempo