According to the information resource of the Visegrad Group (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary) visegrad24, this decision means that Poland "ranks second after the United States as the state that has provided the most military assistance to Ukraine". These data were confirmed by the head of the Office of the Prime Minister of Poland, Michal Dvorczyk.
Note that the T-72 is a post-war Soviet tanks - the most massive tanks of the second generation. This tank model was developed in Nizhny Tagil and adopted by the USSR in 1973.
At the end of February, Poland announced the delivery to Ukraine of 1,500 units of 60-mm mortars, eight sets of UAVs, 152-mm cumulative ammunition for automatic guns. Readiness was also expressed to transfer batches of Javelin anti-tank systems and Grot assault rifles to Kiev.