• Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland



  • 10 June 2017

    “President Donald Trump’s visit to Poland shows that Poland is an important ally of the United States and an important partner in NATO,” MFA head Witold Waszczykowski and Chief of the President’s Cabinet, Krzysztof Szczerski, said at a press conference in Washington D.C.

    On Friday evening the White House confirmed that President Trump will visit Poland ahead of the G20 Summit in Germany in July. Szczerski told PAP that the visit will take place on July 6th.


    At their joint press conference, Waszczykowski and Szczerski stressed that it will be a bilateral visit, but that it will also provide an opportunity for the US President to hold talks with leaders of the Three Seas region.





    The MFA head said that the talks will mainly cover international security issues. Asked about where the US President’s visit will take place, he added that at the moment Warsaw is being considered. He stressed that the US President plans to deliver a major speech.


    Minister Szczerski noted that Trump’s visit to Poland underscores the transatlantic ties and Poland’s role in NATO, which has been strengthened after the Warsaw Summit. The presidential minister underlined that Poland is an increasingly stronger partner of the United States.


    Source: PAP

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