"Announced on 12 May, the agreement signed in Warsaw between the German and Polish defence ministries will allow Luftwaffe Eurofighters to cross into Poland and Polish air force (Inspektorat Sił Powietrznych: ISP) Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon and MiG-29 ‘Fulcrum’ fighters to cross into Germany."
"Moscow has also demanded that NATO curb military exercises in Ukraine and other former Soviet nations, and that the alliance pull its forces back from its eastern member states. NATO deployed about 5,000 troops to Poland and the Baltic countries after Russia invaded Ukraine in 2014."
"At Poland’s insistence, Nato will have to deliberate seriously on whether the events of 15 November require active preparations for a decisive military response. A viable missile shield on Nato’s eastern flank will become an absolute priority. The German chancellor Olaf Scholz’s recently proposed shield for more than a dozen European countries is just the beginning. Current events should accelerate an early compromise on the issue. Rather than more sanctions, frontline states will demand that more Nato troops and defence systems are put in place."
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