Czech Republic becomes the first NATO member to send tanks to Ukraine

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The Czech Republic has become the first NATO member to send tanks to Ukraine. More than a dozen T-72 tanks as well as BVP-1 infantry fighting vehicles have been loaded on to trains destined for front line combat.

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