Polish leader Andrzej Duda has signed the Strategy of National Security, which defines Russian aggression as a key threat. Polskie Radio reported that on May 12.
Minister of National Defense of Poland Mariusz Blaszczak claimed that based on this document, Polish authorities will develop other decrees regarding the actions of Polish Armed Forces. The Minister added that the National Security Strategy concerns threats that Polish soldiers should be reacting to.
"This threat is, of course, well known. It's Russia's aggressive policy. We stand against this policy, taking an active part in the actions of the North Atlantic Alliance. Soldiers of the Polish Army are stationed on the NATO's Eastern flank - not only in Poland but also in the allied countries in the NATO bloc, creating new units. These are, in particular, the troops of territorial defense. Polish soldiers stand against cyber threats; we created cybersecurity troops", the Defense Ministry chairman said.
The Strategy of the National Security is a document in the free access. Detailed recommendations will be created based on this paper; and these documents, unlike the strategy, will be classified.
The Strategy of the National Security of Poland was developed in 2014.