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Poland to raise defence budget to 4% of GDP

Poland to raise defence spending to 4% of GDP: PM
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Poland’s prime minister announced on Monday that Warsaw would raise its spending on defence to four percent of GDP in light of the ongoing war in neighbouring Ukraine.

“The war in Ukraine makes us arm ourselves even faster. That is why this year we will make an unprecedented effort: four percent of GDP for the Polish army,” Mateusz Morawiecki told journalists.


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