US President's adviser confirms planned Trump-Duda meeting

US Presidential National Security Adviser John Bolton has confirmed on Twitter that President Donald Trump and his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda will meet at the White House.

Bolton's tweet is the first confirmation by the US administration of the planned meeting of the US and Polish heads of state.

PAP was told by a diplomatic source in Washington that Presidents Trump and Duda "are likely to meet at the White House in September, after Labour Day, which marks the traditional end of holidays in the US and the beginning of a new political season."John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the UN, referred on Twitter to his Thursday meeting in Washington with Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz.

Bolton wrote that he "met with FM Czaputowicz yesterday in preparation for Poland's President Andrzej Duda upcoming meeting at the White House."

"At a meeting with US National Security Adviser Ambassador John Bolton FM Czaputowicz discussed PL-US military cooperation, geopolitical security threats of Nord Stream2 & other issues on the PL-US agenda in preparation for the upcoming visit of PL President Andrzej Duda to Washington," reads the tweet.

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