Germany fails Ukraine as 'vague' Scholz U-turns on military support

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The German daily reported that Ukrainian sources said the German Chancellor had remained “general and vague” and did not show “any willingness” to soften his stance on military supplies.

Berlin has justified its decision to refrain from providing heavy weapon deliveries to Ukraine with the argument that Ukrainian troops are usually trained on Soviet-style equipment and would not be able to operate Western tanks.

Germany has however promised several charges of weapon shipments which is yet to deliver to Kyiv.

Last week Spanish politician Josep Borrell, who serves as High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy for the EU, suggested the EU countries begin training Ukrainian soldiers to assist in their fight against Russian aggression – a policy the UK has already successfully implemented.

However, this is not the first time the proposal has been put forward.

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