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Thousands of the Starlink internet terminals used by Ukrainian forces in their war with Russia were bought by Poland.
In addition to gun handling, shooting and hand-to-hand fighting, trainees will learn how to make a fire and purify water, and how to find directions without using a GPS.
The partial mobilisation announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin shows that Russia is weak, Andrzej Duda, the president of Poland, said in an interview with a US public television station that aired on Wednesday.
The Polish defence minister has said that the Polish Army must be strong in order to be able to respond to threats and that Poland's record-high military spending is an investment in the country's security.
Thousands of soldiers from Poland, the US and the UK are taking part in the Bear 22 military exercise in eastern Poland.
Poland does not assume a return to the national draft as there is no need for it and young people can be attracted to military service by good prospects and programmes, the defence minister has told a daily paper.
The majority of Poles want the return of national military conscription, according to a new poll.
Poland's defence minister on Wednesday confirmed three arms contracts with South Korea, under which Poland will receive FA-50 fighters, K2 tanks and K9 self-propelled howitzers.
Poland will buy tanks, artillery and aircrafts from South Korea, the Polish defence minister said on Friday.