War-damaged Russian tanks will be displayed in the Polish square

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A Ukrainian serviceman inspects a destroyed Russian tank at an abandoned Russian position near the village of Bilogorovka, not far from Lisichansk, Luhansk (AFP)

WARSAW: Polish and Ukrainian government officials say they plan to display damaged or burned Russian tanks and armored vehicles captured by Ukrainian forces during the war in a public exhibition in Warsaw.
Polish Prime Minister MichaƂ Dworczyk’s chief of staff said the idea was to highlight Russia’s “atrocities” and Ukraine’s response.
“On the one hand, we show the atrocities that the Russian army is committing in Ukraine, (and) on the other hand, we show the heroic defense of Ukraine’s armed forces and the results of these battles,” Dvorchik said.
The open-air exhibition “Invincible Army” will be placed in the square of the castle in the Old Town of Warsaw, which was carefully restored after being destroyed during the battles of the Second World War.
Ukraine’s Defense Minister Alexei Reznikov said this week that there are plans for similar exhibitions in other European capitals such as Berlin, Paris, Madrid and Lisbon.
“We will help ensure that Russian tanks end up in Europe, but in the form of wreckage,” Reznikov told Poland’s Polsat TV News on Sunday.
Ukraine is urging its Western allies to provide more military equipment and ammunition to support its defense against heavy Russian attacks in the east.


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