Polish Media Report Disappearance Of 100 T-72 Tanks From Warehouses And Wish Ukraine "Successful Hunt"

About 100 modernized T-72 tanks disappeared from the warehouses of the city of Lublin (Poland). This was reported by the Polish news resource Visegrad 24 on Twitter today, April 12.

According to the statement, they have recently been upgraded to the T-72M1R standard (thermal imager and other improvements).

“…Successful hunting, Ukraine," the newspaper writes.

At the same time, the publication emphasized: "The Poles say that the sudden appearance in the Donbas of a large number of T-72 of the Ukrainian army cannot be associated with the disappearance of 100 Polish tanks from Lublin. They say you can buy T-72 in any army store, as well as the weapons used in Crimea in 2014," the resource points out.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, on April 12, U.S. Senator from Texas Ted Cruz said that Ukraine should be immediately supplied with air defense systems, fighters and other lethal weapons.

On April 11, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine showed a new type of weapon for the destruction of unmanned aerial vehicles.

On April 7, ex-adviser to the U.S. Secretary of Defense, expert on strategic communications Christopher Harvin said that heavy weapons from third countries should be delivered to Ukraine.

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