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Poland in talks to buy Swedish early warning aircraft

According to Poland’s Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak the country is in “advanced” talks to purchase Swedish early warning aircraft and is hopeful that these talks will soon come to a close.

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“We are already engaged in thorough negotiations, which I hope will soon be successfully concluded. This way we strengthen the resilience of Poland, but also of NATO’s eastern flank,” Blaszczak told the media after a meeting of defense ministers from northern Europe near Warsaw.

He said nothing more on the number or as to kind of aircraft that were being discussed.

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