Poland Pushes For Permanent US Military Base, Offers Up To $2B
In order to have a permanent United States’ military presence in the
country, Poland is willing to put in as much as $2 billion, a defense
military proposal by the latter claimed.
comes a month before the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
summit begins in Brussels, and is another push in Poland’s desire to
have American troops in the country. Poland has expressed this need
since its entry into NATO in 1999; however, the current urgency is due
to Russia’s annexation of the Crimea region.