Poland rejects U.S. missile shield offer: PM
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WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland has rejected a U.S. offer to boost its air defenses in return for basing a "missile shield" on Polish soil but remains open for further talks with Washington, Prime Minister Donald Tusk said on Friday.
"We have not reached a satisfactory result on the issue of increasing the level of Polish security," Tusk told a news conference after studying the U.S. proposal. The details of the offer have not been made public.