Media: Poland’s decision to buy 1,000 tanks from South Korea threatens "NATO"

The American site 19fortyfive considered the idea of ​​the Polish army buying 1,000 tanks from South Korea a strange idea, warning about the problems of incompatibility of these new mechanisms with American standards in “NATO”.

“Using mechanisms from one manufacturing country has significant advantages for both Poland and the coalition,” said US military expert Daniel Gur in an article published on the website.

He expressed surprise at Warsaw’s signing of an agreement with South Korea on a major arms deal.

He considered that “the Polish army must now establish another supply chain, in addition to developing ways of interacting K2 tanks with other combat systems” in “NATO”, which could threaten the alliance.

Source: “News”

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