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WARSAW, February 26. /TASS/. Poland plans to send several dozen military instructors to Poland, Minister of National Defence Tomasz Siemoniak said on Thursday.
"We want to train up to 100 instructors," he said, adding that the exact number of instructors would be agreed with the Ukrainian side, as would be the time when they were to be sent to Ukraine. "Actually, there will be several dozens. I don’t think 100 /instructors/ will be sent to Ukraine. Its centres are not ready for that," he noted. In his words, the final decision would be taken in March.
According to earlier reports, Poland plans to send its military to the centres in Ukraine’s Yavrov /Lvov region. And Desna /Chernigov region/. Defence ministry advisor Bogus·aw Pacek said Polish instructors would be tasked to help train junior command personnel of the Ukrainian army who would share their knowledge with other soldiers.