Described as ‘sensational’, the discovery at the Folk House in Markowa in the Podkarpacie region was made in the attic of the building where workers found, among other things, a dozen machine guns and two hand grenades.
A Russian espionage network operating in Poland, cracked by the National Prosecutor's Office and the Internal Security Agency (ABW), had planned to blow up trains carrying weapons and humanitarian aid for Ukraine, the Gazeta Polska weekly has reported.
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Vladimir Putin’s announcement of plans to relocate Russian nuclear weapons to Belarus are nothing more that “muscle-flexing” and an attempt to frighten the world, the Polish president has said.
Dating from the 11th and 12th centuries, the objects include a mysterious lead amulet, a bronze horse, weapons, ornaments made of silver, lead and copper alloys, items of everyday use such as knives, and silver coins.
The arrest last week of a ‘dangerous’ spy network in Poland is the latest in the country’s secret war against Russian intelligence since Putin’s troops attacked Ukraine.
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.
Germany is looking for every possible excuse not to supply Ukraine with weapons, a Polish deputy foreign minister has claimed.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has called on the German government to take action and send all kinds of weapons to Ukraine.
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