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European aeronautics manufacturer Airbus threatens to sue Poland for ditching helicopter deal worth $3.5 billion to buy 50 Caracal helicopters.

The Polish government surrendered arrangements to buy French-outlined helicopters a week ago. Warsaw said a counterbalance understanding going with the primary arrangement would conflict with the nation's financial and security interests. 

The move impelled an intense response from the French government, with President Francois Hollande scratching off a visit to Warsaw and cautioning of guard participation survey. 

"This is a genuine trouble that has emerged in our respective association with Poland. The arrangement of occasions shows that the choice to end the transactions is political. Consequently the reaction will be political," said a senior French representative. 

The Polish government had been deceiving the organization for a considerable length of time, as indicated by Airbus President Tom Enders. The maker had exhausted much exertion and spent more than €20 million ($24 million) on the offer. 

"Never have we been dealt with by any administration client the way this legislature has treated us," he said, focusing on that Airbus would look for cures. 

Prior this week, Polish Safeguard Serve Antoni Macierewicz declared arrangements to get helicopters from the Clean processing plant of Sikorsky Air ship Corp, a unit of America's Lockheed Martin. 

"The Polish armed force needs helicopters as fast as would be prudent," Macierewicz said at a news gathering with Leader Beata Szydlo, including that the helicopters would be adjusted in a plant which was at first intended to be created with Airbus under the broken arrangement. 

Poland expects purchase no less than 21 Dark Sell helicopters made at the plant before the end of 2018. 

Warsaw has denied breaking the arrangement with Airbus, blaming the producer for a "passionate response." 

"The administration hasn't broken the arrangements however finished them when we turned into certain proceeding with them was pointless," said Radoslaw Domagalski-Labedzki, Poland's representative economy serve.

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