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Poland proposes an EU army tied to Nato

Poland has proposed the creation of 100,000-strong European Union army tied to Nato for use in global trouble spots or for European defence, according to Lech Kaczynski, the country’s president. “At the moment we have the situation where the EU needs about 8,000 troops in Lebanon and there is a problem where to find them,” Mr Kaczynski told the Financial Times in a rare foreign media interview. Full Story

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