Pakistan has offered 44 T-80UD tanks to Ukraine in exchange for Western military aid. The Islamic republic purchased the tanks from Kiev between 1997 and 1999. The Indian edition of the Firstpost wrote about it.
According to the publication, the Pakistani leadership considers such a possibility in exchange for Western military aid. However, the Pakistani authorities officially denied any intentions to supply arms to Ukraine and stated that they adhered to the policy of “non-interference” in external conflicts.
According to the paper, Pakistan is trying to use both sides of the conflict in its interests: Russia and Ukraine. In particular, the weekly recalled that shells for tanks and artillery from Pakistan had been spotted in Ukraine.
At the same time, the publication notes, Pakistan is buying large quantities of wheat from Russia.
“Moscow is not satisfied with Pakistan’s assistance to Kiev and expects that the republic will not join Western countries in this matter,” the publication said.
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