Polish foreign policy advisor Advisor Krzysztof said today that Poland should increase military ties with the United States. Poland has been active in pushing for increased U.S. forces in Eastern Europe and the largest deployment of military vehicles and troops since the Cold War just arrived in-country. The Polish government wants the U.S. to maintain this level of support in the face of perceived Russian aggression and threats to the region.
“First of all, we want to maintain and possibly deepen the current level of the (Poland-USA) military cooperation,” Szczerski, who is also the chancellor of state in Duda’s administration, told Reuters.
“Our task is to insist that the U.S. presence in Europe, including in Poland…lies in the interest of the United States and Poland, as well as of the alliance.”