State Department gave the green light for rocket sales in Poland

The U.S., as announced by it, approved the sale of advanced missiles in for $3.5 billion. The sale of missiles in Poland was announced by the State Department shortly before President Joe Biden’s meeting with Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk at the White House. The contract, which was notified to Congress as required by American legislation, provides for the sale of up to 128 long-range ground-air missiles instead of 1.77 billion and mid-range air-air missiles against 1.69 billion, according to a US Foreign Ministry announcement. The State Department also approved the possible sale to Poland of Sidewinder missiles against about $219.1 million, the Pentagon announced.