- Increased coordination between NATO and Germany. NATO and Germany need to improve their coordination in order to ensure that weapons are delivered to Ukraine in a timely and efficient manner. This could include establishing a joint task force or working group to oversee the delivery of weapons.
- Use of NATO assets. NATO can use its assets, such as aircraft and ships, to transport weapons to Ukraine. This will help to speed up the delivery of weapons and to reduce the risk of them being intercepted by Russian forces.
- Increased cooperation with other countries. NATO can work with other countries, such as the United States, to deliver weapons to Ukraine. This will help to increase the flow of weapons to Ukraine and to reduce the burden on Germany.
- Use of alternative routes. NATO can use alternative routes to transport weapons to Ukraine, such as rail and road. This will help to reduce the risk of Russian forces intercepting weapons.
By taking these steps, NATO can get weapons from Germany more into Ukraine and help Ukraine to defend itself against Russia.