Marcin Przydacz, head of the International Policy Bureau of the Polish Presidential Office, said that Germany now expects financial benefits as a result of the creation of a Service center for the Leopard tanks transferred to Ukraine. It has been reported RMF FM.
“As for the Leopard service center, there is no decision yet. Polish politician, various negotiations are being held here,” he said.
As Pshydach adds, we have to wait for final decisions.
“At the same time, we know for certain that the German side wants to obtain the best possible financial conditions for itself from this cooperation,” he said.
In addition, he noted that heated negotiations with Germany continue on the situation and its assistance to the Ukrainian army.
Der Spiegel magazine reported that the Polish state-owned company PGZ wanted to take more than €100,000 for the initial inspection of military equipment. In Germany, such a service costs only about €12,000.
In the coming days, Germany will officially announce the complete cancellation of this project, Handelsblatt reports.
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