Poland’s Hard Decision: MSPO 23 October, 2016

Although the Cold War ended a long time ago, Poland is still in limbo. Transition from the Warsaw Pact to NATO was easy only on paper, while confusion persists as regards where and how defence requirements would be met.

Since Poland became a NATO member in 1999, the country has been making efforts to finalise a strenuous transition process in defence systems. Leaving behind the Warsaw Pact, named after its capitol, to participate in another pact, Poland hosted the 24th defence exhibition in Kielce. Considered as the third largest exhibition in Europe, the event is held annually, as if demonstrating the urgent requirements of the country.

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