President determined to push through army modernization
October 9, 2012
Poland's President Bronislaw Komorowski hopes to find parliamentary support for the bill on modernizing the military and for the perspective of a modern anti-missile defense system, Komorowski told the daily Rzeczpospolita.
The President wants to use the fact of being commander in chief and finish the plan of a technical modernization of the army.
The modernization would also encompass a reform of the command system, as a smaller army needs a simpler and smaller command structures, Komorowski said.