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.
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.
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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Source: Actualnie Novosti