Let $X$ be an open complex manifold, e.g., the complement of a simple normal crossing divisor $D$ in a (smooth) projective manifold $M$. Let $T^{1,0}X$ be the holomorphic tangent bundle of $X$. Let $K \subset X$ be a compact set with $U \subset X$ a sufficiently small open neighbourhood of $K$. Let $V$ be a holomorphic vector field on $K$, i.e., a holomorphic section $V\in H^0(K,T^{1,0}X)$. Does there exist an extension $\widetilde{V} \in H^0(U, T^{1,0}X)$ such that $\widetilde{V} = V$ on $K$?

Note that I'm not asking whether the sheaf of holomorphic vector fields is a fine sheaf, I'm only asking whether holomorphic vector fields defined on compact sets admit local extensions to open neighbourhoods. I'm also aware of the failure of the tubular neighbourhood theorem to exist in the holomorphic category (in complete generality), but the literature on such a theorem appears quite vast and formidable.