Poland Increases Its Defense Spending To 4% GDP

As a response to the war in Ukraine, Poland this year has increased its defense spending to 4% GDP from 2.5%. As we read in the National News:

The Polish government has said this year’s military budget will jump from less than 2.5 per cent of GDP to 4 per cent.

“In two to three years, Poland will have the best army in Europe,” he said. “They are building up the most capable army in Europe.”

The UK military, on the other hand, has endured a fall from grace due to dwindling resources and mismanagement of priorities, Dr Nemeth said.

The army was once looked upon with awe by allies and envy by foes due to its reputation built on fortitude, prowess and cutting-edge equipment.