Polish soldiers on tanks take part in a military parade in Warsaw on Polish Army Day, 15 August, 2023, to commemorate the anniversary of the 1920 victory over Soviet Russia.Wojtek Radwanski/AFP
Through a series of major arms deals, Poland is set to establish military supremacy in continental Europe – though the high cost of this expansion is a source of concern for some experts.
If everything goes according to plan, Europe will soon have a new military superpower: Poland.
The leaders of the country’s ruling party Law & Justice (PiS) have recently announced that the country is set to have the strongest army in Europe within the next two years, thanks to the major modernisation of its existing equipment and a massive reinforcement of its troops.
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WNU Editor: I am sure Poland can achieve its goals of having the strongest land force in Europe (after Russia) in the coming years. The big question that remains unanswered is “can they afford it”? Will the public be willing to pay more in taxes and have less services to fund and support such a large military force? Only time will tell.