The NATO plan, known as 30-30-30-30, calls on allies to have 30 land battalions, 30 air squadrons and 30 warships capable of being deployed within 30 days of being put on alert.
Poland’s ambassador to NATO, Tomasz Szatkowski, told public broadcaster Polish Radio that President Andrzej Duda would inform the two-day NATO summit in London about the extent of his country’s contribution to the plan.
Duda expects a clear message from the summit that NATO is united, senior Polish presidential aide Krzysztof Szczerski told state news agency PAP on Sunday.
On Tuesday, the first day of the gathering, Duda and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will be among those taking part in a discussion on the future of the alliance.
The December 3-4 summit will see talks on defence spending, foreign missions and relations with Russia and China.
Diplomats and NATO officers recently slammed “arrogant and astounding” comments by the French president, who said the military alliance was experiencing “brain death”.
In an interview with British weekly The Economist, Emmanuel Macron said that NATO lacked coordination and suffered from US unpredictability under President Donald Trump.