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The United States denied the accusations of the Russian Federation about transfer of the tanks to Poland

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The U.S. Embassy in Warsaw has denied allegations the Ministry of defence on the transfer to Poland of another tank brigade. About it reports Agency Deutsche Welle.

American diplomats argue that it is not about the strengthening of troops, and the rotation of forces that are in Europe from the beginning of 2017 in the framework of the NATO mission.

According to the Minister of defence of Poland Anthony Matsarevicha, the statements of Russia “false” and serve the purpose of justification of aggression by Moscow. “To justify the aggression, the Russians are making false and untrue statements about our actions, which are completely defensive,” he said, stressing that Moscow’s actions are simply forced the Polish authorities to place the country in the future of the American division, “and maybe two”.

Earlier in the day, the official representative of the defense Ministry major General Igor Konashenkov accused the Pentagon in the transfer to Poland of the second armored brigade of the United States. “Amid hysteria about a planned military invasion of Russia with military exercises “Zapad-2017″ in Poland quietly arrived the second armoured brigade of the US and turned there with my vehicles,” he said. Konashenkov recognized that in parallel with the Russian-Belarusian exercise was carried out rotation of the third U.S. armored brigade, however, according to him, its military equipment remained in Poland.

In the state Duma threatened that in return can strengthen the grouping of missile complexes Iskander has already been deployed in Kaliningrad region.

13 September 2017 in the Polish port of Gdansk , arrived a party of American tanks and howitzers.

See also: Poland tanks arrived from the USA: video

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