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 Poland started to train Ukrainian military instructors under NATO program

A training program for 30 military instructors from Ukraine has launched in Poland.

This was announced by the country's Ministry of Defense, Censor.NET reports citing Deutsche Welle.

Junior officers from Ukraine will be trained in colleges of Warsaw and Poznan until Nov. 6. The training is paid for by Polish Ministry of Defense and NATO.

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Poland participates in NATO's DEEP (Defense Education Enhancement Program) program together with Germany, Great Britain, the U.S., and other NATO members. One of the program's goals is to align Ukrainian army standards with those of NATO.
 
 
 
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