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US Army trains Ukrainians in Poland against Russia

US Army train Ukrainians in Poland to handle Western weapons given to Ukraine.

President Joe Biden said on Monday that US forces stationed in Poland were “assisting in the training of the Ukrainian army”.

The US Army train the Ukrainian army in order to help Ukraine but without risking a direct conflict with Russia.

A White House official told CNN that “there are Ukrainian soldiers in Poland who regularly exercise with US troops.”

The CNN source said that the training provided is more practical and immediate and mainly involves handling equipment they receive from Western countries with which they are unfamiliar, such as FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missiles.

In Poland, in addition to military training, most of the armaments provided by the West are transported to Ukraine.

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