The servicemen of the Polish army, who took part in the Russian-Ukrainian military conflict, faced an unexpected problem. The country's government refused to pay them the so-called combat. This is reported by military expert Daniil Bezsonov.
The observer notes that the Polish military, who survived the battles and returned home, were forced to knock on the thresholds of various institutions for many months, trying to obtain the appropriate payments.
Moreover, the wounded Poles were written off from service in the Polish army for health reasons.
Daniil Bezsonov notes.
The problem turned out to be so large-scale that the Polish government began to seriously fear that the military would make information about the non-payment of "combat" publicity. According to Daniil Bezsonov, Polish President Andrzej Duda even signed a special bill on social guarantees and additional payments to the Polish military.
However, this fact does not mean that all debts will be paid. The expert claims that the wounded soldiers of the Polish army will face many unpleasant surprises related to the payment procedure.
Note that the Polish military has been taking part in the conflict in Ukraine almost from the very beginning of the special military operation of the Russian Federation. According to a number of experts, now they, together with the American and British military, are preparing an operation to take Energodar.