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    President Andrzej Duda Advocates a Defense Spending Surge to 3% of GDP Amidst Escalating Global Threats

    President Andrzej Duda urges nations to allocate 3% of GDP to defense, addressing global threats. Poland actively responds to the Ukrainian crisis as a harbinger of the changing geopolitical landscape.

    President Andrzej Duda of Poland is championing a call for nations to allocate 3% of their GDP to defense, addressing the intensifying global threats. In an interview with The Washington Post, Duda emphasizes the need to rally allies in both America and Europe, positioning the United States and Poland as exemplary leaders.

    President Duda underscores the upheaval of the world order following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022. Poland, actively engaged in diplomatic and military support for Ukraine, now faces a stark reality. Duda asserts that a return to the pre-invasion status quo is unattainable, with Russia’s aggressive ambitions posing a severe threat to global peace.

    Remembering the Katyn Massacre: A Day to Honor the Victims

    In 1940, the Katyn Massacre saw around 22,000 Polish officers, soldiers, and policemen brutally murdered by Soviet authorities. Stalin's regime ordered the execution without...