vara bungas: PL projekts par US bāzes izvietošanu tuvojas izšķirošai fāzei, nosprausta vieta un lielums. Vēl nesen šis projekts šķita utopisks, bet kā redzam mūsdienās nekas nav neiespējams. Attiecīgi tuvojas arī RU “pretsolis”, kas kopējo drošības situāciju pie LV robežām neuzlabos, bet arī nepasliktinās, jo sliktāk nevar būt. Toties tagad skaidrs, kur atradīsies mums tuvākā RU-drošā valsts, kas vēl vairāk ceļ PL kā Austrumeiropas topošā līdera “akcijas”. Viss kā Frīdmens paredzēja savās grāmatās “The Next decade” (2011) un “The Next 100 Years” (2009) .
[..]Under this plan, Washington also offered to construct a NATO weapons depot in Powidz (which was initially proposed by the administration of former President Barack Obama), along with the deployment of an additional 1,000-1,500 U.S. military personnel to the country. And while this is a far more modest proposal than the one originally presented by Poland (which, by contrast, suggested a division size of roughly 15,000 U.S. troops), it would nonetheless fulfill Warsaw’s long-held desire for a fixed U.S. presence.[..]
any increase in the United States’ military position in Poland — no matter how small — is bound to prompt Russia to build up its own military position. One potential site for such a military buildup would be Belarus, which is already one of Russia’s key defense partners as a member of the Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organization. Russia has long eyed its western neighbor as a spot for expanding its military foothold, particularly in the form of an airbase near Belarus’ border with Poland. Thus, permanent stationing of U.S. forces in Poland — no matter how small — could provide Moscow with just the motivation it needs to act on such efforts. [..]
Duda’s upcoming visit to Washington on June 12 could yield significant progress toward the realization of military deal, which Poland is hoping to finalize before Trump visits Warsaw for a World War II commemoration on Sept. 1. [..]
UPD1 Lēmums nav pieņemts. Ne jā, ne nē.
UPD2 “Duda was diplomatic when asked at the press conference how many US troops he’d like to see, saying “it’s always up to the United States.”
“He’d like to see 250,000 troops,” Trump quipped.”
UPD3 Sausais atlikums par ko vienojās