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    Poland’s President Appoints Chief Commander of Armed Forces

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    In a significant move, President Andrzej Duda has designated Gen. Wiesław Kukuła for appointment as the Supreme Commander of the Polish Armed Forces, as announced by the National Security Bureau. This appointment, made under Article 25(1)(3) of the Defense of the Homeland Act (March 11, 2022), allows the nominee to prepare for wartime duties, understanding crucial operational procedures and strategic military potentials.

    The President’s decision, conducted at the Presidential Palace, highlights the emphasis on strategic preparedness. The appointed Supreme Commander plays a pivotal role, directly reporting to the President, in collaboration with the Council of Ministers, ensuring the nation’s defense readiness.

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