Polish President congratulates US counterpart on American Independence Day
Polish President Andrzej Duda sent on Saturday a congratulatory message to US President Donald Trump on the occasion of the US Independence Day.
Duda wrote in a message, posted on the President's Office website, that on behalf of the Polish nation and his own he wishes Trump and the entire American Nation the best of luck and prosperity. He added that Poland and the United States are bound by ties of centuries-long friendship and brotherhood, further strengthened over the last four years as evidenced by the content and intense calendar of the meetings between the presidents of the two countries.
In the Polish president's opinion, each of these meetings brought measurable benefits to both countries, sealing their strategic partnership.
Duda pointed out that 2020 is a special year for the two nations as they are set to elect their presidents. He wished Trump perseverance in conducting his presidential campaign.
Americans celebrate Independence Day on July 4, with 2020 marking the 244th anniversary of the founding of the United States.
On July 4, 1776, delegates from 13 American colonies on the East Coast, which became the first states of the US, gathered in Philadelphia to adopt the Declaration of Independence and thus proclaim the US independence from Great Britain.