WAR UPDATE! Poland is Preparing for a Russian Attack on Rzeszow
Clouds of war are sweeping Warsaw as Poland begins military preparations to repel a possible military attack by Russia.
The revelation was made by Ukraine’s ambassador to the country, Andriy Deshchytsia, who spoke of “Polish defense preparations against a possible Russian invasion.”
Twenty-four hours ago, there was intense military mobility on the Belarus-Poland-Ukraine border as armored personnel carriers and tanks were spotted.
NATO sources say Russian and Belarusian forces are likely to deploy on the Polish-Ukrainian border to close all military cargo routes to Kyiv.
However, Poland is intensively preparing for a possible conflict with Russia.
Earlier, it was reported that the President of Poland, Andrzej Duda, had signed the new law on “Defense of the Fatherland”. The law stipulates that Poland’s military spending will increase from 2.2% of GDP in 2022 to 3% in 2023.
The country’s army is also doubling and from 150,000 soldiers will reach 300,000 in the coming years.
This fact is also confirmed by the Polish media. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki will urge opposition parties to support amendments to the Polish constitution that would allow for a massive increase in military spending following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
But the news comes as the White House confirms that President Biden will discuss with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda the proposal to send a NATO peacekeeping force to Ukraine.
This fact means that the proposal has not left the table.
At the same time, a senior NATO official warned earlier that Belarus was “preparing the environment to justify a Belarusian attack on Ukraine and the imminent development of Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus.”
The White House then announced that the Russian government was “looking” for options for possible cyber attacks on critical US infrastructure.