The deployment of heavy military equipment of the American army in Poland is a good answer to what is happening in Ukraine, told reporters on Thursday on the sidelines of the Seimas, the Prime Minister of Poland ewa kopacz.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Secretary of defense Ashton Carter said that the U.S. will place in seven European countries, 250 tanks, armored vehicles and other military equipment. In this case, the Minister noted that the establishment in the amount of company or battalion will be posted, at least for the time being in Bulgaria, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Romania and Germany. According to Carter, to enable teachings it would be appropriate for military vehicles plied in the European region.
The head of the Polish government stated that the military stores of the United States within Poland would assist in the strengthening of the Eastern flank of NATO "and are" the effect of good relations with the United States, a good answer to what is happening in Ukraine ".
Kopacz believes that the emergence of heavy military equipment the United States in Poland will not have a negative impact on Russian-Polish relations. Answering correspondents 'questions about a possible deterioration because of this, relations with Moscow, Prime Minister of Poland said:" No. Conversations relating to the anti-missile shield, the elements of which will be deployed in Poland in 2018, has already evoked a similar reaction from Russia."
"Today Russia is, unfortunately, not aware of one thing. Ukraine, which is our immediate neighbour, can on their European plans, the sovereignty and territorial integrity, " said kopacz.
first Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of national defence Tomasz Samonac stated that to accommodate warehouses of military equipment suitable territory in Drawsko Pomorskie in Pomerania." There exists a large polygon, and two airports, and our troops, and the corps in Szczecin and our seaports. This place is situated strategically in the Baltic, close to future base ABOUT the United States in redzikowo", he said.