Polish media that the U.S. missile defense system in Eastern Europe to give up plan
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Song China Global Times special correspondent reports, according to RIA Novosti reports, the Polish” Tribune “on August 27 quoted in American society organization “Coalition support for the missile defense system,” Mr Ricky – Ellison as saying the U.S. government has apparently abandoned plans to deploy missile defense in Eastern Europe, Poland and the Czech Republic is no longer considered in the deployment of missile defense systems.
Polish Deputy Defense Minister Komorowski was announced last week, Poland expect the United States in September this year to determine the anti-missile deployment plans in Eastern Europe’s position. But American society organizations “to support missile defense system alliance” Ellison told the Polish President told reporters that: “the signal coming from the Pentagon is absolutely clear: the current U.S. leadership will find a solution to the problem of other anti-missile defense program, to give up Poland and the Czech base. “
Ellison recently participated in the Pentagon’s missile defense seminar organization, spoke at the meeting on behalf of the Pentagon missile defense in Europe did not mention the issue related to Poland and the Czech Republic’s deployment plan. He pointed out that Obama has never been developed by a former Bush administration plans to deploy missile defense in Eastern Europe unconditional supporters, as early as during the campaign he has said that going to change anti-missile deployment plans in Eastern Europe. There are also other factors that affect Obama’s position on this issue, particularly the financial crisis in Russia and Moscow firmly opposed to anti-missile systems deployed near the border of the hard-line stance. In fact, the new U.S. government on the issue of missile defense in Eastern Europe, the decision has been made, will not be considered in Poland and the Czech Republic the possibility of deploying missile defense systems. This view has been the Polish anti-missile experts and endorsed by the U.S. Congress sources.
Ellison stressed that the United States to abandon the previous government to deploy anti-missile plans in Eastern Europe because of the new government pay more attention to Russia’s position. He said: “Obama’s people think that if and Moscow together, then the world’s many problems easier to solve here is the priority issue that order to replace the anti-missile system in Poland and the Czech Republic, the United States might be prepared to In Israel, Turkey or the Balkans deployment of interceptor missiles. “
according to former U.S. President George W. Bush Administration’s plan, the United States should deploy a national missile defense system in Eastern Europe, the third position area in Poland 2013 deploy 10 interceptor missiles in 2011 built a missile defense radar in the Czech Republic. Although the new government has not formally rejected at the official level of the program, but in the Obama administration to support the program’s problems if there have been more and more questions. Back in July this year, the Polish media in the Russian-US relations had improved the occasion reported that Washington has given up in Poland and the Czech Republic to deploy anti-missile system plans. November 2008 the Polish media have reported that the U.S. will have no funds to implement anti-missile deployments in Eastern Europe.