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US & German tanks are 'an important contribution to Ukraine's security but it is not a game changer'

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The United States and Germany on Wednesday announced deliveries of top-of-the-line tanks to Ukraine, sweeping aside their longstanding misgivings and signaling a new surge of Western support for an expected counteroffensive against the Russian invasion. For more on what is being described as a "watershed moment" but not so much a "game changer," FRANCE 24 is joined by John E. Herbst, Senior Director of the Atlantic Council's Eurasia Center and former US Ambassador to Ukraine.

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