In addition to the military, four F-16 fighter jes will participate in reconnaissance operation.
The head of the National Security Bureau of Poland Pavel Solokh said that Poland may send troops to Iraq and Kuwait. This might be done in cooperation with the international anti-ISIS coalition led by the United States. This was reported by RIA Novosti on Wednesday, referring to the Polsat News.
The agency also reports that Solokh said that only the president of Poland can make a final decision about sending the Polish Armed forces abroad for a military mission, and added that the request has already been sent.
In addition, Pavel Solokh said that it is planned to send 150 military to Kuwait to participate in reconnaissance missions of the coalition, and 60 Polish military and special forces to Iraq for training Iraqi soldiers.