War in Ukraine: An update on the events of January 13

During the day, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba confirmed that he had met with US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. “Ways to Increase U.S. and International Support for Ukraine, Including Military Aid”Ukraine’s minister said on Twitter.

This week, the Ukrainian minister put pressure on Westerners again. His interest was particularly focused on the German battle tank Leopard 2, one of which Poland has said it is ready to deliver to Kiev, subject to a green light from Berlin.

For its part, the German government reminded Poland that it had delivered German-made Panther 2 tanks without Berlin’s prior agreement. “illegal”. However, Germany does not expect such a situation to occur and is considering how to react.

Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov said in an interview with the BBC that his country is confident that it will be able to acquire tanks and fighter jets. He further said during this interview “Ukraine as a country, and Ukraine’s armed forces, have become members of NATO. Practically, not legally. Because we have weapons and we know how to use them.”.

Meanwhile, NATO has moved many of its surveillance planes currently stationed in Germany to Romania, where they will be closer to Russia’s war on Ukraine. Devices should remain in place for several weeks.

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