Poland’s Prime Minister Beata Szydlo attends the weekly news conference in Warsaw, Poland, on Tuesday Nov. 24, 2015. (AP Photo)
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Poland's new conservative government on Wednesday called into question the previous liberal cabinet's choice of US-made Patriot missiles and Airbus helicopters for a multi-billion-euro military upgrade.Warsaw announced in April it was planning to buy the Raytheon-made Patriot system, a deal valued at an estimated five billion euros ($5.3 billion), as well as 50 Caracal choppers -- a contract worth another three billion euros. Poland's defence ministry had said in April that it wanted to acquire eight missile batteries by 2025, with two of them to be delivered within three years of signing a deal.
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