NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has said that NATO member states do not have a list of weapons which can not be supplied to Ukraine.
He said this after the summit of the leaders of the alliance.
Stoltenberg was answering a question about possible deliveries of Western military tanks to Ukraine.
The Secretary General noted that NATO states support the idea of transferring more modern armaments, including Western ones, to Ukraine.
According to him, announcements about the supply of new batches of weapons were also made at the summit in Madrid. At the same time, Stoltenberg assured that there are no exceptions to the deliveries.
"NATO now has the task of helping Ukraine with the transition to modern NATO-type armaments. And of course, we do not have a list of equipment that we exclude from this," he said.
According to him, NATO member states are considering a broad list of NATO weaponry and "this is the message of this summit.
So far, Western countries have refused to supply Ukraine with Western-style tanks. French President Emmanuel Macron said that due to fears of being drawn into a war with Russia, Western countries agreed not to provide Ukraine with certain types of weapons.
According to media reports, Spain wants to supply Ukraine with German Leopard 2 main battle tanks, but this requires German consent.