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The report — a first-of-its-kind for the agency — examines everything from when in the year the attacks took place to behavioral changes exhibited in the attackers.
The U.S. and Germany had resisted sending tanks for months. This marks the latest upgrade in heavy weapons for Ukraine and comes amid growing expectations the fighting will soon escalte.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced Wednesday his country will export more than a dozen of its Leopard 2 battle tanks to Ukraine. The move follows weeks of pressure from western allies.
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Even as Western allies announced a massive new military aid package to Ukraine, the spotlight has lingered on the German-made battle tank, which Germany has been reluctant to provide.
Western countries will send what looks to be the largest tranche of military hardware so far to help Ukraine prepare for an expected offensive against Russian forces in the near future.
Western defense officials are meeting to coordinate military assistance to Ukraine. Germany has resisted their efforts to persuade the country to export its Leopard 2 tanks, or allow others to do so.
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