Poland's 16th Mechanised Division, along with Allied troops, will take part in the 'Zalew-23' tactical military exercise which will take place in the Vistula Split canal area from March 27 to March 31.
Poland will seek additional European Union funding to refinance military purchases for Ukraine, the Polish prime minister said ahead of an EU summit in Brussels on Thursday.
Poland welcomes an agreement reached by 18 countries to collectively buy ammunition to help Ukraine fight against Russian aggression, the Polish president's chief aide has said.
The defence minister has signed a framework contract for the delivery of close to 1,000 infantry fighting vehicles and some 400 accompanying vehicles.
Poland will become Nato’s leading defence spender in 2023 in relation to its economic size owing to around 4 percent of GDP going on weapons, the newspaper Dziennik Gazeta Prawna reported.
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Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has said that the EU should be united in offering Ukraine and financial and military assistance.
Poland is constructing the strongest army in Europe, Poland's defence minister said in an interview published on Monday for the weekly Sieci.
A Friday published survey conducted by the IBRiS pollster for the Rzeczpospolita daily shows that 48.1 percent of Poles believe the purchasing of weapons and increasing the number of soldiers will improve Poland's military security.
Eastern Poland is key to the country’s security which is why its defences have to be especially strong, the Polish defence minister said on Tuesday, commenting on plans for a new infantry division in southeast Poland