President Zelenskyy said his government is expecting “strong decisions” from the representatives of 50 countries meeting to discuss boosting Ukraine’s military aid.

The US and Germany have so far stopped short of granting Zelenskyy’s requests for their most modern battle tanks,

which the Kremlin warned would amount to an “extremely dangerous” escalation if sent by the West. – Defence officials gathering in Germany to hammer out future military aid to Ukraine.

“We are, in fact, now waiting for a decision from one European capital, which will activate the prepared chains of cooperation regarding tanks,” Zelenskyy said

“We are preparing for the Ramstein meeting tomorrow. We are expecting strong decisions. We are expecting a powerful military aid package from the United States,” he said.

Poland is ready to take “non-standard” action if Germany opposes sending Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, Deputy Foreign Minister Pawel Jablonski has told private radio RMF FM.

Berlin, which holds veto power over any decision to export the tanks, faces mounting pressure to supply the German-made tanks or at least clear the way for others