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Nearly 400 exhibitors to show wares at Polish defence fair

07.09.2021 07:00
Almost 400 exhibitors from 27 countries are expected to show their wares at a major defence fair that opens in the south-central Polish city of Kielce on Tuesday.
US-made M1A1 Abrams tanks take part in a NATO military exercise in Latvia in March.
US-made M1A1 Abrams tanks take part in a NATO military exercise in Latvia in March.Photo: EPA/VALDA KALNINA

The annual exhibition, which is scheduled for September 7 to 10, will feature military equipment displayed by exhibitors from countries including Britain, Germany, Norway, Italy and Ukraine.

The American-produced M1A2 Abrams tank will take centre stage, according to organizers.

Poland plans to buy 250 Abrams tanks from the United States as part of a multibillion deal with Washington, officials announced earlier this summer.

First held in 1993, the International Defence Industry Exhibition in Kielce is now in its 29th year. It is billed as one of the largest events of its kind in the world.

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Source: IAR