• ১৬ই এপ্রিল, ২০২৪ খ্রিস্টাব্দ , ৩রা বৈশাখ, ১৪৩১ বঙ্গাব্দ , ৭ই শাওয়াল, ১৪৪৫ হিজরি

Poland suspends participation in arms treaty following Russia’s exit

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প্রকাশিত মার্চ ৩০, ২০২৪
Poland suspends participation in arms treaty following Russia’s exit
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Poland has paused its involvement in the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe, reacting to Russia’s decision to abandon the treaty. “Countries need to make choices to safeguard their security, so I understand the stance of the Polish government,” stated Gen. Ben Hodges, the former US Army commander in Europe, during a dialogue with Wirtualna Polska. The National Security Bureau shared that President Andrzej Duda enacted a law that modifies Poland’s commitment to the treaty on conventional armed forces in Europe. This action aligns with the stance of NATO members who proclaimed their intention to suspend the treaty’s application, responding to Russia, which officially renounced the treaty in November 2023. “Treaties are meaningful as long as they are abided by. Russia has shown it only follows treaties when compelled,” Gen. Ben Hodges pointed out in his conversation with Wirtualna Polska. He added his understanding of Poland’s measures for security reasons, although he noted his unfamiliarity with how other nations might react.