Poland to invest in military reserve forces
March 28, 2014
The Polish government would like to improve military training of reservists thanks to cooperation with paramilitary associations, but has no plans to return to regular draft, President Bronislaw Komorowski said.
Poland intends to train 7,000 reservists this year vs. 3,000 in 2013, National Defense Minister Tomasz Siemioniak said.
Additionally, the President said that he would appoint a national commander of armed forces, a position created in the course of the recent reform of Poland's military command.