On Thursday, an infantry company from the Armed Forces of Poland arrived in Estonia, as reported by Postimees, citing a statement released by the headquarters of the Estonian Defense Forces.
The 5th Company of the 7th Motorized Battalion of the 17th Motorized Infantry Brigade will stay in Estonia until July 31 to develop cooperation with Estonian soldiers and other allies in Estonia.
The company, reinforced by armored personnel carriers, is made up of nearly 150 servicemen. Polish soldiers …
The Ukrainian state owned enterprise SpetsTechnoExport will supply the MiG-29 fighter jets of the Polish Armed Forces with the medium range air-to-air missiles Р-27Р1.
The tender of the Polish army has been won by a consortium of Ukrainian SpetsTechnoExport and Polish WB Electronics. The information was published on the Facebook page of the Ukrainian Air Force.
“In October last year, Polish military announced a tender for purchase of 40 air-to-air missiles with the range of 50-80 kilometers …
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has discussed the launch of a needs-assessment mission in connection with the reform of the Ukrainian Customs Service during a meeting with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection delegation, as reported by the governmental press service on Wednesday.
Eleven experts from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection have arrived in Kyiv at the PM’s invitation to prepare for the reform of the Ukrainian Customs Service.
The needs-assessment mission will work …
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) has a long history of cooperation with U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation. A new memorandum was released concerning crimes connected with international money-laundering and asset recovery.
The Director of NABU, Artem Sytnyk, and the Acting Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI, Mathew Moon, signed a Memorandum of Understanding, reported the U.S. Embassy in Kiev.
According to the memorandum, the FBI and NABU will work together to …
Reuters reports that at a joint press conference with Slovakian President Andrej Kiska, Polish President Andrzej Duda maintained that NATO must keep its doors open to countries of strategic importance such as Ukraine.
"NATO must maintain an open door policy, especially with regard to the countries that are strategic in terms of their nature and location," he said. "The Alliance also must always be ready to help countries that have been attacked in violation of international law.”
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