Next year the United States intends to deploy Patriot missile system in Poland
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International (correspondent Tom Li): Poland and the United States responsible for defense affairs, the working group of senior experts in Warsaw over 16 two-day talks. This is a two missile on Obama’s new proposals are the first round of negotiations. The two sides of the Polish participation in the new U.S. anti-missile system in Europe for the details, in consultation with the United States in Poland, “Patriot” missile, standing Status of Forces have made progress on such issues.
Bush met with Czech government last year, Poland signed a missile defense system in Eastern Europe agreement. Obama administration, the re-assessment of U.S. strategic missile defense system in Europe, and announced in September this year to give up the deployment of missile interceptors in Poland and the Czech Republic and the monitoring device program, instead of a phased launch, more targeted and maneuverability, more efficient anti-missile system deployment.
The news was announced, the Polish President Lech Kaczynski, who expressed disappointment. However, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said the United States still intends to 2015 in Poland and the Czech Republic to deploy missile defense system. Moreover, the United States has begun negotiations with Poland and the Czech Republic on deploying land-based “standard 3″-type anti-ballistic missile system issue. Subsequently, the Polish foreign minister visited the United States, the United States to release to the Polish side is ready to participate in the new U.S. anti-missile system in Europe the signal. According to the Polish Foreign Ministry sources, the U.S. has been involved in what form it will be Poland’s new defense system the United States to build the Polish side proposed to issue a written program.
in the two-day talks, both sides of the new program Baume details of the consultation. 16, with the U.S. Department of Defense for International Security Affairs Assistant Minister Alexander Vershbow talks, the Polish Deputy Defense Minister Komorowski said that the U.S. will be deployed in Poland next year spring-air “patriotic who “missile system, the missile defense system in Poland can be integrated with. Vershbow said that deployment of the “Patriot” anti-missile missiles, the new Obama administration is part of the strategy. Submitted by Poland under the direction of the United States in August last year an agreement in Poland, “Patriot” missiles detailed program, the two sides will next week visit to Poland, U.S. Vice President Biden when further consultations on the details.
had both been on the disputed status of U.S. troops stationed in Poland, Komorowski said the two sides in the United States on all issues in the Polish troops have made significant progress, including very sensitive the status of U.S. troops. Some media said the two sides may be signed before next week, Biden visit, “the U.S. Status of Forces Agreement”, which for the U.S. anti-missile system in Poland to remove a major obstacle.
is worth noting that, according to Obama’s new anti-missile system plans to deploy in Eastern Europe in addition to the U.S. “Patriot” missiles, will deploy land-based “standard 3″ anti- ballistic missiles. Had long been the media that the United States will deploy the missiles in Poland, in order to appease the discontent in Poland. 16 After the meeting, Vershbow says the U.S. plans to set up two in the European land-based “standard 3″ anti-ballistic missile bases in Poland and the United States looked forward to the deployment of a system which. The United States for arms control and international security affairs, Deputy Secretary of State Ellen? Tauscher said last week, has said that the Obama administration intends to deploy in Poland and 30 “standard 3″ missile, before the Bush administration to replace the small town in northern Poland to establish fertile test Leckie 10 missile interceptors plan. In contrast, the “standard 3″ missile is not only more lightweight and flexible, can be deployed on land and sea and other mobile platforms, and costs are greatly reduced. Furthermore, although the “standard 3″ missile deployment time later, but the progress will be accelerated. Under the plan, the U.S. will begin deploying in Poland in 2014, the following year to enter the system can be fully operational status.
It is reported that U.S. Vice President Biden 21 will visit Poland and with Polish President Lech Kaczynski and Prime Minister Donald Tusk on a new anti-missile program of cooperation talks. But how can the two sides finally reached an agreement on anti-missile program remains to be seen.