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Trump’s visit will last for three days, staying in Poland between August 31st to September 2nd. The US President will take part in official ceremonies on September 1st.
“I look forward to it. I like the people,” Trump told reporters on Tuesday at the White House, adding that he had a great relationship with the country and had been invited to visit.
Andrzej Duda stated during his visit to Washington in June 2019, that he had invited Trump to Poland for the 80th anniversary of the start of the Second World War.
Minister Wojciech Kolarski of the Presidential Chancellery pointed out that this will be the 9th meeting between Duda and Trump, and Duda’s 13th meeting with a governing US President.
Although details of the visit are still being discussed, the Minister believes that Donald Trump will hold a speech, much like the one during his previous visit in June 2017.
Representatives of NATO, the EU and Eastern Partnership states have also been invited. Polish authorities expect the strong representation of Central-Eastern Europe.
Although Western European countries won’t send their highest profile delegations, their representatives are also expected.