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The Baltic Sea bed is littered with mines, bombs and chemical weapons left over from the Second World War that could cause an environmental disaster as they corrode over time, a leading Polish newspaper has reported.
Poland's Police Central Investigation Bureau (CBSP) has seized 48 firearms, 30,000 rounds of ammunition and several grenades in an operation carried out in three provinces.
As Russia’s war against Ukraine rages just over Poland’s border, Poles are flocking to shooting ranges in unprecedented numbers to sharpen their marksmanship skills and prepare for a possible escalation.
Yet another convoy carrying ammunition has reached Ukraine, the Polish Ministry of National Defence has said.
A convoy with ammunition from Poland has arrived in Ukraine, the Polish minister of defense has announced.
Poland will offer Ukraine defensive ammunition after consultations with President Andrzej Duda, the head of the National Security Bureau (BBN) has said.
The discovery which included bits of the soldier’s uniform, a bayonet and ammunition holders was made during digging works beside railway tracks in the town of Nowa Sucha near Sochaczew.
Officers from the Central Investigation Bureau seized over 300 weapons, including grenades, detonators and 3,000 rounds of ammo in a series of raids involving over 100 police.
Poland’s defence minister penned contracts for the delivery of ammunition for the RAK self-propelled mortar cannon and missiles for the Langusta self-propelled multiple rocket launcher.