Security Overview

September 2010
Poland Defence & Security Report;Q3 2010, p33
Industry Profile
The article presents an overview of the internal and external security conditions in Poland for the third quarter of 2010. It notes that Poland's location attracts international organized criminals while its risk of kidnapping and extortion is low. It states that Poland supports the U.S.-led war on terror and its Ministry of Defence announced, in the 2005 defence budget, to increase funding and expand service for military police to boost counter-terrorism operations.


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