Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said his country would “soon” ask Germany for permission to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine. The head of the Executive reiterated to the press that “if we do not obtain this consent, we will deliver our tanks together with other countries to Ukraine.”
“We are constantly putting pressure on the Berlin government to make their ‘Leopards’ available (for export),” Morawiecki emphasized, adding that the Germans “have more than 350 operational “Leopards” and about 200 in storage.”
Peruvian protesters burn a second border post with Bolivia
Peruvian anti-government protesters burned a border post with Bolivia, among other public offices, in the southern department of Puno, the second burned in the last three days, confirmed the Ombudsman’s Office in its daily report.
The institution reported that protesters seized an office of the National Superintendence of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat) and a migration post in Yunguyo, a town located a couple of kilometers from Bolivia.
Three years later, Wuhan wants to forget the world’s first lockdown
Three years after the covid pandemic broke out, Wuhan, the city in central China where the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus began to be transmitted, has turned the page and its residents do not even want to remember the long confinement they suffered nor that the name of the locality is associated with the pathogen.
Wuhan was the first city in the world to undergo a lockdown that lasted more than three months at a time when little was known about the extent of the virus and only recently learned that it could be transmitted between humans.
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