President observed military exercises in Romania
Polish President Andrzej Duda on Tuesday watched Justice Sword 21 military exercises in the southeastern locality of Smardan, in Romania.
Duda, who attended a summit of the Bucharest Nine, a group of countries on the eastern edge of NATO, was accompanied in Smardan by Romanian head of state Klaus Iohannis.
At a press conference with Iohannis, Duda said that the Justice Sword 21 maneouvres, which involved the armed forces of both countries, confirmed their rising compatibility with Nato and US Army standards.
"As we can see... we are more and more compatible with other (Nato - PAP) forces, especially the armed forces of the United States. I am very happy to see us practice such interoperational skills," Duda said.
Duda also stated that security was among the issues discussed at Monday's summit.
The talks were also attended by US President Joe Biden and Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.