White House thanks Duda for pledge to send Polish doctors to Chicago

US President Donald Trump, in a telephone conversation on Saturday, thanked his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda for Poland's aid to his country in combating the coronavirus epidemic, the White House reported in a statement.

Trump thanked Duda for his commitment to send supplies and Polish doctors to Chicago to help the US fight the coronavirus.

Duda thanked Trump for the presence of Polish troops in Poland.

Both presidents agreed to cooperate closely in the battle against the epidemic. They also discussed key bilateral and regional issues. Trump also thanked Duda for his involvement in developing 5G security, reads the statement.