Sooner or later, every NATO country will have to meet defence spending target, says Polish PM

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All members of NATO will eventually have to fulfil the pledge to spend two per cent of their GDP on defence, Poland’s prime minister said on Monday at the conclusion of a meeting in Warsaw with his Canadian counterpart.

While praising Canada as one of Poland’s “best allies,” Donald Tusk delicately avoided criticizing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s refusal to publicly commit to the alliance benchmark — something all 31 NATO members agreed to at last summer’s leaders’ summit in Vilnius, Lithuania. 

“I don’t want to break the rules of hospitality, but I’m convinced that sooner or later [meeting the target] will take

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