Poland modernizes Soviet T-72 tanks for ‘possible’ war with Russia

WARSAW, (BM) – Poland will modernize the balance of the Soviet T-72 tanks for a possible war with Russia, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Actualnie Novosti. Warsaw is about to abandon steel Russian weapons.

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General Raimund Andrzejczak spoke about Poland’s intention to purchase weapons from Ukraine. It is also planned to agree on the supply of parts for the Mi-24 bypassing the Russian Federation. Since the signing of the Warsaw Pact, the country has 500 Soviet tanks left. 50% of the T-72s have been upgraded to the RT-91 version, but the Su-22 and MiG-29 will not be used, as the authorities hope to get US F-35 fighters in service.

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Poland hopes in the future to become the main US platform for the deployment of forces against the Russian Federation. Such a partnership will allow Americans to avoid returning to Germany to replenish their forces. The Department of Defense has set itself several key objectives – to increase the number of logistics facilities, the number of US troops and military bases.

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