“After all it is a response to the challenges we face by way of worldwide safety,” Mariusz Blaszczak advised a information convention.
“Our process is to discourage a possible aggressor. Everyone knows the place that aggressor is.”
Blaszczak mentioned Poland would spend 23.3 billion zlotys ($6.00 billion) on the Abrams tanks and an accompanying logistical and coaching bundle, in addition to on upgrading infrastructure and shopping for ammunition.
In Might, Poland introduced that it will purchase 24 armed drones from Turkey, turning into the primary NATO member to purchase Turkish-made unmanned aerial autos (UAVs).