Dutch YPR-765 Infantry Fighting Vehicles Already in Ukraine to Help Polish T-72M1 Destroy russian Occupiers

Dutch YPR-765 / Illustrative photo from open sources
Dutch YPR-765 / Illustrative photo from open sources

Heavy armor from the allies is already in the hands of the Ukrainian Ground Forces, ready to send the invaders to hell soon

The Ukrainian Ground Forces continue to train to annihilate the enemy. The Ground Forces Commander Colonel-General Oleksandr Syrsky, checked how one of the units was improving their skills in the offensive.

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However, not only the military exercises are worth paying attention themselves, but also the allies-provided armored vehicles, which are actively used by the Ukrainian Ground Forces as well.

Dutch YPR-765 Infantry Fighting Vehicles Already in Ukraine, They Help Polish T-72M1 Destroy russian Occupiers, Defense Express, war in Ukraine, Russian-Ukrainian war
Polish T-72M1 / Photo credit: The Ukrainian Ground Forces

So, in the photo, in particular, we see Polish T-72M1 tanks. Defense Express reminds that earlier the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson noted that his country was ready to hand over Challenger 2 tanks to Poland in exchange for Polish T-72M1 tanks given to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Dutch YPR-765 Infantry Fighting Vehicles Already in Ukraine, They Help Polish T-72M1 Destroy russian Occupiers, Defense Express, war in Ukraine, Russian-Ukrainian war
Dutch YPR-765 / Photo credit: The Ukrainian Ground Forces

In addition, in the photo from the military exercises you can see the Dutch YPR-765, which is an infantry fighting vehicle based on the American M113 armored personnel carrier. Defense Express notes that the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte announced his intention to hand over these armored vehicles to Ukraine only on April 19.

Dutch YPR-765 Infantry Fighting Vehicles Already in Ukraine, They Help Polish T-72M1 Destroy russian Occupiers, Defense Express, war in Ukraine, Russian-Ukrainian war
Dutch YPR-765 / Photo credit: The Ukrainian Ground Forces

So, it means that less than a month has passed since the official transfer announcement of these vehicles to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, given that these IFVs could have been received earlier, but shown only now.

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