They were delivered to Poland by sea through the port of Gdynia, and then by rail to the Krakow region, the newspaper writes. The military equipment will be used by the US army stationed in Poland since 2017. In total, over the years, 20 batches of weapons have entered the country through this route.
In addition to Abrams tanks, NATO supplies M113 armored personnel carriers and M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles to Poland, the publication indicates.
In December, the Polish Defense Ministry reported that the ground forces would be equipped with 250 Abrams tanks and are now being trained to operate US equipment. Next year the Poles are expected to receive another batch of tanks from the United States, and their number in Poland will reach 366 units.