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U.S. Expected To Increase Troop Strength In Poland

WorldNews Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
U.S. Expected To Increase Troop Strength In PolandAdministration officials indicated President Donald Trump plans to announce an increased U.S. troop presence in Poland, The Hill reports. The "significant announcement," to be made during a meeting Wednesday between Trump and Polish President Andrzej Duda at the White House, will be about the "new facet of our military-to-military relationship" between Washington and Warsaw, officials told reporters during a Tuesday background briefing."This meeting . . . is a great opportunity for us to highlight our deepening military-to-military relationship and our mutual commitment to NATO and its priorities." – Trump administration official Defense One reported later Tuesday the Pentagon will deploy...

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