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A full-scale training center for NATO and Ukraine will be created in Poland

NATO has opened a military command center in the Polish Bidgoszcz, where Ukrainians are in People will learn and train at the same time from military services to the alliance.

This is reported by RBC-Ukraine with a statement from NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

“Today we decided to create a new military center for NATO and Ukraine for analysis, training and navchannya in Poland,” said Stoltenberg.

In his words, at whose center the Ukrainian military can share the lessons learned in Ukraine. Ukrainians can also train and learn at the same time from their NATO colleagues.

NATO Secretary General stressed that this training center is needed not only by Ukraine, but by the Alliance itself.

“This center should be allowed “Ukraine will share the knowledge that it gained during the Russian-Ukrainian war, and create a structure that will allow the ZSU to begin to train hand in hand with NATO partners,” Stoltenberg said.

NATO's beginnings < p>First half of 2024 NATO's destiny to carry out the series initially under the secret code name Steadfast Defender-24. Poland will become one of the host countries and will place on its territory a significant number of soldiers and equipment of the allies.

Within the framework of Steadfast Defender-24, Polish national efforts will be carried out with the participation of other forces from other countries called Dragon-24.

As the Polish General Staff tells us, such an effort is made by the defense forces and is not directed against any country.

Read terms and important information about the war between Russia and Ukraine on the RBC-Ukraine channel in Telegram.

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