Arrangements were being made to place the Patriots offered to Poland by Germany in Poland, as they will not be sent to Ukraine, Poland’s defence minister wrote on Twitter on Tuesday evening after his talks with the German defence ministry.
The German defence minister has agreed to present Poland's idea to deploy German Patriot missiles in Ukraine to the German government, Poland's defence minister reported on Twitter on Wednesday evening.
Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, said on Monday that his country would consider accepting the Patriot air defence units from Germany if Berlin decides not to transfer them to Ukraine as requested by Warsaw.
Poland's defence minister, Mariusz Blaszczak said that he was "satisfied with the German Minister of Defence's proposal regarding the deployment of additional Patriot missile launchers in our country."
Mariusz Blaszczak, Poland's defense minister, has received a letter from his Germany counterpart on what Poland feels is a broken promise from Berlin to replenish Poland's tank supply, a German daily has reported.
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