Delegate Name: Nadine Arabi
Ballistic missile use can be dated back to the creation of gunpowder in the 13th century, but also in the world today, causing many massacres throughout history but also changing modern-day technology. Although ballistic missiles are a constant threat Poland believes there should be missile defenses set up to maintain peace around the world.
To increase strategic defense against internal threats Poland joined NATO, seeing as though they are in close relation to many powers such as Russia, etc. Poland would end up speaking with the United States and countries in Europe about building a ballistic missile and being a part of the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense system that would intercept missiles from Iran. Eventually, Poland would sign the Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) Agreement of 2008 and its Amending Protocol of 2010. This would come with the deployment of missiles in Poland immediately.
Poland supports the owning of Ballistic missiles for defensive measures and would support the creation of Systems such as the one they had, to intercept missiles for defensive purposes and for the safety of allies along with surrounding countries.