Poland says it's 'open' to the US putting nuclear weapons on its soil

Poland says it’s ‘open’ 미국으로. putting nuclear weapons on its soil as the country’s leaders ask for 50% more American troops in Europe and tougher action on Russia

  • Poland’s deputy prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski has said he is ‘opento the idea of the U.S hosting tactical nuclear weapons in his country
  • Kaczynski called for Washington to send tens of thousands more American troops to Europe to send a message of strength to Moscow
  • He criticized the German government for its handling of Ukraine, saying Berlin should provide more weapons and push for a Russian oil embargo in the EU
  • Germany derives a third of its oil supply from Russia
  • Four other countries in Europe have American nuclear weapons on their soil
  • Air-launched tactical nuclear bombs are kept by the US Air Force at two bases in Italy with one each in Belgium, 독일, the Netherlands and Turkey
  • 폴란드 has said it would be ‘opento having 핵무기 stationed in the country and would also welcome a 50 percent increase in the number of U.S. troops stationed in Europe, the leader of the country’s ruling party said on Sunday.

    Warsaw is also calling for tougher action against Moscow over the conflict in Ukraine.

    If Poland decides to take on the responsibility of hosting American nuclear warheads, it would be a significant escalation in the new Cold War with 러시아.

    푸틴 would likely see the move as a provocative one.

    Poland's deputy prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski, 메일 온 선데이(Mail On Sunday)는 지난 주말 에밀리가 잉글랜드 최초의 1억 파운드(약 1400억 원)의 축구 선수를 좋아하게 되었다고 밝혔습니다., has said he is 'open' to the idea of the U.S deploying tactical nuclear weapons in his country

    Poland’s deputy prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski, 메일 온 선데이(Mail On Sunday)는 지난 주말 에밀리가 잉글랜드 최초의 1억 파운드(약 1400억 원)의 축구 선수를 좋아하게 되었다고 밝혔습니다., has said he is ‘opento the idea of the U.S deploying tactical nuclear weapons in his country

    Kaczynski called for Washington to send tens of thousands more American troops to Europe to send a message of strength to Moscow. 사진, Army soldiers assigned to the 82nd Airborne carry military equipment as they take part in an exercise in Wola Korzeniecka, 폴란드, 3 월

    Kaczynski called for Washington to send tens of thousands more American troops to Europe to send a message of strength to Moscow. 사진, Army soldiers assigned to the 82nd Airborne carry military equipment as they take part in an exercise in Wola Korzeniecka, 폴란드, 3 월

    Air-launched tactical nuclear bombs are kept by the US Air Force at two bases in Italy with one each in Belgium, 독일, the Netherlands and Turkey. 사진, Two F-15E Strike Eagles from the 336th Fighter Squadron at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, 노스 캐롤라이나, perform an intercept of a B-52H Stratofortress in Poland

    Air-launched tactical nuclear bombs are kept by the US Air Force at two bases in Italy with one each in Belgium, 독일, the Netherlands and Turkey. 사진, Two F-15E Strike Eagles from the 336th Fighter Squadron at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, 노스 캐롤라이나, perform an intercept of a B-52H Stratofortress in Poland

    The invasion, which Russian President Vladimir Putin called a ‘special military operationto demilitarize its neighbor, has fueled security fears in states on NATO’s eastern flank.

    The alliance has responded by increasing its presence in the region, announcing four more multinational battle groups in Bulgaria, 헝가리, Romania and Slovakia last month.

    ‘Poland would be pleased if the Americans increased their presence in Europe from the current 100,000 soldiers up to 150,000 in the future due to Russia’s increasing aggressiveness,’ Jaroslaw Kaczynski, 72, told German newspaper Welt am Sonntag.

    ‘If the Americans asked us to store US nuclear weapons in Poland, we would be open to that. It would significantly increase deterrence towards Moscow.

    우리. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin meets with Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak, pictured in Warsaw

    우리. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin meets with Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak, pictured in Warsaw

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has long called for a no-fly zone to be enforced in the skies above Ukraine but it is not something the U.S. believes is a realistic option

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has long called for a no-fly zone to be enforced in the skies above Ukraine but it is not something the U.S. believes is a realistic option








    ‘Of these, 75,000 soldiers should be stationed on the eastern flank; ie, 자동차 경보를 울리고 연기를 공중으로 보내기; 50,000 soldiers in the Baltic states and Poland,’ he said in the interview, which was also published on the website of Poland’s ruling party Law and Justice (PiS).

    ‘That would send a clear signal to Moscow: the Nato leadership is now also present in the east,’ 그는 말했다.

    ‘With or without nukes, Poland is wanting to see a large’a large operational Nato command in Poland’, Kaczynski said,

    Kaczynski also said that while Poland would not object having nuclear weapons in the country it is not something currently being considered.

    There were roughly 80,000 우리. troops in Europe before Russian troops moved into Ukraine.

    Kaczynski also called out Germany and France for what he claimed was a ‘strong bias in Moscow’s favor’.

    ‘I am very dissatisfied with the behavior of the German government. Poland is not pleased with Germany’s role in Europe. Germany could supply more weapons. And Germany could speak out in favor of an oil embargo in the EU. Over the years the German government did not want to see what Russia was doing under the leadership of Putin and we see the result today.

    Germany is very much dependent on Russia for its oil supply from which it inputs a third.

    Warsaw is calling for tougher action against Moscow over the conflict in Ukraine. 위, smoke rises from a fuel storage tank on fire after a missile attack in Odessa

    Warsaw is calling for tougher action against Moscow over the conflict in Ukraine. 위, smoke rises from a fuel storage tank on fire after a missile attack in Odessa

    Burnt cars are seen in the parking lot of the Retroville trade center in Kyiv, 우크라이나. After more than five weeks of war, Russia appears to have abandoned its goal of encircling the Ukrainian capital. 하나, Ukraine expects a renewed fight in the east and south

    Burnt cars are seen in the parking lot of the Retroville trade center in Kyiv, 우크라이나. After more than five weeks of war, Russia appears to have abandoned its goal of encircling the Ukrainian capital. 하나, Ukraine expects a renewed fight in the east and south

    The invasion of Ukraine, which Russian President Vladimir Putin called a 'special military operation' to demilitarize its neighbor, has fueled security fears in states on NATO's eastern flank

    The invasion of Ukraine, which Russian President Vladimir Putin called a ‘special military operationto demilitarize its neighbor, has fueled security fears in states on NATO’s eastern flank

    ‘We cannot continue permanently to support a great power like Russia by paying it billions,’ Kaczynski said. ‘This is inadmissible from a political and moral point of view. This has to come to an end, and Germany should finally take a clear stance on this.

    Four other countries in Europe already have American nuclear weapons on their soil.

    Air-launched tactical nuclear bombs are kept by the US Air Force at two bases in Italy with one each in Belgium, 독일, the Netherlands and Turkey.

    Greece hosted US nuclear weapons until 2001 while the UK has hosted nuclear-capable aircraft in the country since 1949 although U.S. nuclear weapons were withdrawn in 2006.

    The bombs are kept in vaults, under guard and are able to be deployed by the national air force. Britain and France also have their own nuclear weapons.

    Seven other European nations, [object Window], 반환, 그리스, 헝가리, 노르웨이, Poland and Romania are part of the Support of Nuclear Operations With Conventional Air Tactics (SNOWCAT) group and able to provide air support.