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January 28, 2022
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Minister Dusa, Polish counterpart to discuss Romanian-Polish defence cooperation

Romania’s Defence Minister Mircea Dusa yesterday met his Polish counterpart Tomasz Siemoniak in Warsaw to discuss deepening the political and military dialogue between the two defence ministries.
“Featuring on the agenda of this bilateral meeting is deepening the political and military dialogue between the two defence ministries, cooperation between them through direct partnership relations between army categories, particularly in the area of Air Force training. The implementation of a ballistic missile defence system in Europe is another important topic to be discussed at the meeting,” reads a press release issued by the Defence Ministry.
The visit also includes touring an international defence exhibition at Kielce in Poland.

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