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Changes in command system will correct reform errors from 2014 - MoD

September 13th, 2018

Changes to the Polish armed forces' command structure are intended to correct reform mistakes from 2014 and introduce transparent command of the Polish armed forces, Defence Minister Mariusz Błaszczak told the Sejm (lower house) on Thursday. Minister Błaszczak was presenting parliament with the government's draft amendments to the armed forces command and control structures. The draft was sent to the Defence Committee. "We want peace, but to maintain peace the armed forces must first of all be more numerous, secondly they must be equipped with modern equipment, and thirdly they must be firmly entrenched in the structures of the North Atlantic Alliance," the defence minister asserted. "We are implementing those aims."


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