Poland, Romania lead Eastern Europe missile defense efforts

Poland and Romania are taking leading roles in Eastern Europe in responding to Russian aggression, Defense News reports. Both have agreed to host US-made missile interceptors in attempt to boost NATO air and anti-missile defense capabilities in the region. Poland is also in the middle of a 10-year, $36 billion military modernization program. Russia has reportedly deployed Iskander ballistic missiles to Kaliningrad, a Russian enclave that borders Poland and Lithuania.


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