The information was shared by Danish Defense Minister Troels Lund Poulsen during the 15th meeting of the Ramstein Cantata Group in Germany.
These are 30 German Leopard 1 tanks and 15 modernized Soviet T-72 tanks. Ukraine will be able to immediately use the latter on the battlefield. As for the Leopard 1, Ukrainian crews must complete a training program to use it. Unfortunately, there is still no information about the delivery schedule for the devices.
By the way, the tanks are most likely part of a new military aid package that Denmark announced last week. It includes weapons worth $830 million and is divided into three parts: 617 million this year, 209 million in 2024 and 7 million in 2025.