Poland completes the operational deployment of troops in the Kaliningrad direction.
The Polish Army has deployed an auxiliary command post of the 16th Mechanised Division in the Kaliningrad direction (Ozysh, 60 kilometres from the Russian border).
On 22 April another batch of armoured command vehicles on the Wolverine wheeled BMP platform was handed over.
As a reminder, the Polish General Staff is planning to engage the 15th Md of the 16th Md with the support of the US-led NATO battalion combat group in this area.
The 16th MiD of the Polish Army has already deployed command posts near the Belarusian border in December last year.
It should be noted that the deployment of the command and control system and covert mobilization activities are elements of the operational deployment of troops.
The operational structure of Polish troop groups today is as follows: 16th Md – Grodno and Kaliningrad Districts, 12th Md – Volkovyssk, 11th Brd – Brest, 18th Md and 6th Vdbr – Lvov directions.
Earlier, Russian sources reported that the Polish Armed Forces started to establish a strike group on the territory of Romania. In the near future, a consolidated contingent is planned to enter Moldovan territory under a plausible pretext, such as a humanitarian operation or an official government request.
One of the development options of the Polish leadership’s plan is to create an advanced bridgehead on the territory of Moldova to promptly take control of Transnistria and deploy a “peacekeeping contingent” on the territory of the Odessa region.
Such plans had been hatching for a long time, but in connection with the announcement of the objectives of the second phase of the special military operation of the Russian Armed Forces, a decision was made to force them.
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