Poland and Weapons of Mass Destruction

Poland And Weapons Of Mass Destruction

Poland is currently not known or believed to possess weapons of mass destruction. During the Cold War, Soviet nuclear warheads were stockpiled in Poland and designated to deploy within the People's Army of Poland. Poland was also working with Russia to help eliminate the large stockpiles of chemical and biological weapons developed by the Warsaw Pact countries. Poland ratified the Geneva Protocol on 4 February 1929.

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... Poland itself has never possessed nuclear weapons, but as the part of Warsaw Pact was equipped with aircraft (such as MiG-21, Su-7 and Su-22), as well as short range ballistic ... of troops on Polish territory, these troops were equipped with nuclear weapons ... In 1991 Poland announced they would remove the nuclear capable delivery systems from their weapons inventory ...

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