Polish-Finnish talks of Defence Ministers
On Friday, 7 February talks of Defence Ministers of Poland and Finland Tomasz Siemoniak and Carl Haglund were held in Warsaw.
Afghanistan: withdrawing equipment goes according to the schedule
"The process of reducing our contingent in Afghanistan and withdrawing the equipment goes without disruption". - Deputy Defence Minister Robert Kupiecki informed the deputies of the Sejm Committee of National Defence.
Statement of MOD on situation in Central African Republic
Ministry of National Defence is permanently monitoring the situation in Central African Republic and stays in regular contact with French Ministry of Defence. Other state institutions act in the similar way by, inter alia, maintaining contact with Polish citizens including missionaries, who are in the area of the conflict.
Farewell ceremony for new Polish contingent
On Thursday, 30th January soldiers and airmen creating Polish contingent to be deployed in Central African Republic to support MISCA mission departed to France.
US Secretary of Defense in Poland
On 30-31 January US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel paid a visit to Poland.
Meeting with Chief of Staff of Montenegro
Under-Secretary of State in MOD Robert Kupiecki met on Wednesday, 29 January with Chief of Staff of Armed Forces of Montenegro Vice Admiral Dragan Samardžić.
Minister Tomasz Siemoniak visited Budapest
On Wednesday, 29 January Minister of National Defence Tomasz Siemoniak visited Budapest within delegation of the Prime Minister.
New building for NATO Communications Battalion
On Tuesday, 28 January Under-Secretary of State in MOD Beata Oczkowicz was in Bydgoszcz where she officially handed over a building for the use of NATO 3rd Communications Battalion HQ.
Polish-US talks in MOD
Modernization of Polish Armed Forces, including air defence and development of Polish "Jastrząb" (F-16) program were the main topics of talks of Minister of National Defence Tomasz Siemoniak with US delegation presided by VAdm Joseph W. Rixey, Director of Defense Security Cooperation Agency.