Poland opens repair facility for Ukrainian tanks

T-64 tank
T-64 tank

The Bumar-Labędy facility is well-equipped for the task, as it was designed to maintain and refurbish Polish tanks based on Soviet-era designs, the message said.

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In the future, the program will include servicing T-72 and PT-91 main battle tanks Poland previously transferred to Ukraine, with a possible extension to cover incoming German-made Leopard-2 tanks, as well.

“Thanks to the implemented program for the modernization of Leopard-2A4 tanks to the 2PL standard for the needs of the Polish Army, the company received necessary knowledge, technical means, and experience in this area,” the message reads.

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Besides tank maintenance and repairs, the agreement provides for joint manufacture of 125mm tanks shells, Ukroboronprom said in a Telegram post on April 6.

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