Donald Trump is ‘very seriously’ considering more troops in Poland

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Duda credited Trump for making Warsaw the first stop on the USA president's inaugural European trip previous year and said Trump's outdoor address in Poland was a "very important moment" for the relationship between the two countries.

Donald Trump has said he was considering a Polish request to establish a permanent United States military base in Poland as a bulwark against Russian Federation, noting that Warsaw was prepared to pay "billions" for the facility.

Warsaw could offer up to $2 billion in funding for a US military base, according to a Polish Defense Ministry proposal reported by Polish media.

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"I would like to invite the United States president to post more American troops to Poland".

Trump declared himself open to the idea, stressing that Poland would pay for the facility.

"We are implementing the largest military investment so far over the last 30 years. I am convinced that such a decision lies both in the Polish interest as well as in the interest of the United States". We ourselves want to invest further. "And we have the greatest strength in the world, especially now", Trump said. We want to buy more equipment.

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Poland has been pressing for the 3,000 US troops now deployed in Poland on a rotating basis to be upgraded to a larger, permanent presence as it faces Russia's increased military activity in the region.

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the United States is considering a request from Poland for a permanent USA military presence in the fellow North Atlantic Treaty Organisation country. The U.S. president is renewing his criticism of a planned new natural gas pipeline linking Germany with Russian Federation. Meanwhile, the two presidents are slated to discuss trade, the military, and energy in a press conference.

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