The Polish Prime Minister will visit Paris and Berlin for security consultations
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk is leaving for France and Germany on Monday. The three EU countries are seeking closer ties amid growing security risks, given that the war in Ukraine will soon be three years old and a possible Donald Trump presidency threatens US inaction on the NATO transatlantic military alliance. In that context, Warsaw, Paris, and Berlin consider unity in defense necessary.
"We don't have time; we need to increase the capacities of the defense industry," said a Polish government source.Follow us on Telegram
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