Ukrainian soldiers have arrived in Germany for training on the Marder infantry fighting vehicle and will begin training on the Leopard 2 tank in early February. The group arrived in Cologne on Thursday evening and will soon begin their training. Over the course of about eight weeks, the soldiers will…
Wednesday, March 29
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I encourage NATO member states that have Leopard tanks to support Ukraine in this way. We will not stand in your way, said German Defence Minister Boris Pistorius. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg expressed the belief that a decision on transferring tanks to Ukraine will be made soon.
German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius said that he plans to visit Ukraine shortly, “probably within the next four weeks.” Talking about the supply of Leopard tanks, Pistorius said, “We are in very close dialogue on this issue with our international partners, above all with the U.S.
According to data from the European Union’s statistics office Eurostat, trade between Iran and the European Union (EU) member states increased by 5% in January 2023 compared to January 2022. Iran-EU trade reached $401 million in January 2023, up from $381 million in the same month the previous year. EU exports to Iran saw a 7% increase, rising from $301 million in January 2022 to $323 million in January 2023. However, the union’s monthly imports from Iran fell by 2%,…