War in Ukraine: Poland and NATO stage military maneuvers near Russian border

Poland decided to strengthen its armed forces following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

troopsI’ll take it Participated on Friday Exercises “Tumak-22” A strategic area in the eastern part of the Alliance, on the border between Poland and Lithuania, on the Suwałki Corridor.

It connects Polish territory Kaliningrad is a Russian enclave, in the Baltic Sea, to Russia’s ally Belarus. It marks the division between the three Baltic states and their EU and NATO allies.

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“Exercises based on our observation of the battlefield in Ukraine”

“As part of these maneuvers, there were exercises (…) based on our experience and our observation of the battlefield in Ukraine”Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said. “We know what methods Russia is using and what methods (of defense) are effective.”

2,000 Army and Air Force personnel were involved in the exercise. The Poland It subsequently decided to strengthen its armed forcesRussian invasion of Ukraine and plans to increase its defense budget to 3% of gross domestic product (GDP).

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