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UK announced "afraid" Germany before Russia


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Moscow, January 21 – British military analyst Michael Clarke accused German Chancellor Olaf Schultz of “indecision” and “fear of Russia,” the Daily Express writes.
Therefore, Clark commented on the results of the meeting of representatives of NATO countries and their allies at the American Air Force Base Ramstein in Germany, where the two parties could not agree on the supply of German-made Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine.
According to Clark, this story “proves that Germany is afraid of Russia.”

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Berlin has so far refrained from supplying the Leopard 2 to Ukraine. In recent days, the pressure on German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has increased significantly on this matter. Several EU heads of state publicly urged him to make a positive decision.
As the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung reported on Tuesday, citing its sources, Scholz, in a conversation with US President Joe Biden, made it clear that Germany will supply Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine only if the American side transfers Abrams tanks to Kyiv. Later in Berlin, this relationship was rejected.
Against the backdrop of a special Russian operation in Ukraine, the United States and its NATO allies are supporting Kyiv by sending arms worth tens of billions of dollars. For its part, Moscow has argued that supplying arms to the West only prolongs the conflict, and that arms transfers become a legitimate target for the Russian military.

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