Almost 400 exhibitors from 27 countries are expected to show their wares at a major defence fair that opens in the south-central Polish city of Kielce on Tuesday.
The annual exhibition, which is scheduled for September 7 to 10, will feature military equipment displayed by exhibitors from countries including Britain, Germany, Norway, Italy and Ukraine.
The American-produced M1A2 Abrams tank will take centre stage, according to organizers.
Poland plans to buy 250 Abrams tanks from the United States as part of a multibillion deal with Washington, officials announced earlier this summer.
Poland’s prime minister on Monday urged cross-party solidarity amid a crisis on the country’s eastern border with Belarus.
“We don’t need to agree on everything, but for God’s sake, we should all be protecting the Polish border,” Morawiecki said.