Poland To Spend Nearly $50 Billion On Military Modernization

WARSAW — Over the next decade Warsaw expects to spend nearly $50 billion to strengthen its military through a sweeping modernization effort that includes air and missile defense, new helicopters, unmanned reconnaissance systems, air transport, anti-tank missiles and trainer aircraft, among other...

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