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Poland seek permanent U.S. military presence, 15,000 troops

Staff Writer |
NATO leaders are preparing for a tense summit in Brussels this week as President Donald Trump steps up his campaign to get member nations to spend more on defence.

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Poland is on board, they want to counter what they described as Russia's increasingly bold and dangerous posture towards Europe.

In fact, the Polish defence ministry has proposed setting up a joint armoured division that would have 15,000 U.S. troops and a total of 250 tanks and armoured vehicles.


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