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Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen explains as several Nato allies have pledged to send tanks to Ukraine to bolster the fight against Vladimir Putin’s invasion.

Germany and the US today said they will send tanks to Ukraine in what appears to be the first coordinated effort by the West to provide dozens of the heavy weapons to help Kyiv break combat stalemates as Russia’s invasion enters its 12th month.

It follows the UK becoming the first Nato ally to supply Ukraine with modern Western battle tanks.

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