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US President Donald Trump and his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda have approved most of the provisions of the agreement in 2019. In addition, the U.S. presence in Poland will increase from 4,500 to 5,500 troops and the infrastructure will be built to accommodate up to 20,000 U.S. troops. Poland will cover some of the costs, for example. B for infrastructure and logistics, estimated at PLN 500 million (US$136 million) per year. The covered infrastructure does not include the U.S. Aegis Ashore missile defense site in Redzikowo. The EDCA provides the legal framework for sending US military and civilian personnel to Poland, including families and private contractors. It complements the 1951 NATO Force Status Agreement (SOFA), as indicated in a U.S.

State Department fact sheet on the August 15 agreement. Andrzej Duda said that the agreement is above all a guarantee of security for Poland and for this part of Europe. “Anyone familiar with the policy knows full well that the conclusion of this agreement will not only have a military impact, but will not only affect the military presence of the United States – personnel and infrastructure (…) – It is above all a guarantee of safety. Poland and the whole part of Europe,” said the President. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Minister of National Defence Mariusz B√©aszczak signed a defence cooperation agreement on August 15. The signing ceremony took place in Warsaw, at the presidential palace, in the presence of the President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda. In addition to defence cooperation, Pompeo and Morawiecki discussed support for the Belarusian people, measures to recover the COVID 19 pandemic, secure 5G networks and improve energy and regional infrastructure through the Three Seas initiative. The estimated cost of implementing the Polish-American Defence Cooperation Agreement, due tomorrow, is expected to be about $500 million per year.

The amount must be covered for accommodation, catering and the annual definition of the amount of fuel, the selected elements of equipment/storage assistance and infrastructure maintenance assistance. The amount is not expressly set in the agreement, it is an estimate of the expenditure to be taken by the Polish Ministry of Defence in accordance with the provisions of the agreement. Andrzej Duda said the agreement also led to the development of economic and trade cooperation. “This makes the Central European market a much safer and more stable market for AMERICAN investors,” said Andrzej Duda. Poland and the United States signed an agreement on enhanced defense cooperation on Saturday. The agreement provides that the US military presence in Poland will end in accordance with the agreement signed in 2019 between Donald Trump and Andrzej Duda. The agreement covers issues such as the establishment of a forward division command in Poznan, the deployment of an armour brigade currently in the army, Deployment of Reaper UAVs Squadron to `ask, the creation of a Polish-American Combat Training Centre (CTC) in Drawsko Pomorskie, the construction of an airlift platform for the USAF in Wroclaw-Starachowice, the creation of an army rotation brigade, a logistics battalion and a special intervention facility in Powidz, as well as another special station in Derbung. In addition to the above elements, known so far, the command of the front of the V Corps of the U.S.

Army will be set up in Poland from October of this year. The EDCA reflects the common vision outlined in joint declarations signed by Presidents Donald J. Trump and Andrzej Duda in 2019. In particular, it provides the legal framework, infrastructure and an equitable distribution of the burdens necessary for deepening our defence cooperation.

Posted on December 19th, 2020 | filed under Uncategorized |

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