Poland to spend $21 billion dollars on drones, helicopters, submarines
The Polish Ministry of Defense plans acquisitions of new weapons and military equipment for the country’s armed forces, navy and air forces
Poland is to spend at least US $21 billion on new weapons and military equipment for the country’s armed forces, according to Poland’s Deputy Defense Minister Bartosz Kownacki.
“The leadership of the ministry has defined its priorities, and the air-defense program is such a priority,” — Kownacki said at a meeting of the Polish National Defense Committee on July 19.
Accordign to the Defense minister Poland will purchase mid-range air- and missile-defensesystems, short-range air-defense systems, combat helicopters, new submarines and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), reports Defense News.
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