NATO to increase its military commitment in Poland – Polish PM

NATO will increase its military presence in Poland within the next few weeks in order to calm fears in Eastern European countries for their security following Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said on Saturday.

Speaking three days after NATO foreign ministers met in Brussels to discuss reinforcing the alliance’s defenses among its eastern European members Tusk said the stronger “military presence” would be “visible” in the coming days and weeks.

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