NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has stated that the Allies do not have a list of exceptions to the types of weapons that can be supplied to Ukraine.
This was reported by "European Pravda".
Stoltenberg said this in response to questions about possible deliveries of Western-style battle tanks to Ukraine. According to him, the summit in Madrid announced the supply of new batches of weapons.
"NATO now has the task of helping Ukraine switch to modern NATO-style weapons. Of course, we do not have a list of equipment that we exclude," he said.
According to the Secretary-General, NATO countries are considering a broad list of NATO-style weapons — "this is the message of this summit."
- The Spanish government was ready to hand over German Leopard tanks and anti-aircraft missile systems to Ukraine, but Germanyʼs consent was required. Sources close to the German government claim that Berlin fears that the Ukrainian military may use them to invade Russian territory.