Frank J. Spula, the president of America's largest Polish diaspora organisation, the Polish American Congress, said in a telephone conversation with PAP that he is satisfied that US President Donald Trump "kept his word" regarding lifting visas for Poles.
Poland has been waiting for admission to the American visa waiver programme for nearly 30 years. Today, that wait ended.
Pawel Soloch head of the National Security Bureau told PAP that the declaration signed by President Andrzej Duda and US President Donald Trump in New York on Monday deepens the military cooperation between the two countries.
US President Donald Trump on Monday announced that he will visit Poland soon. Trump, who made the announcement during a meeting with Polish head of state Andrzej Duda, said he had fond memories of his last visit to Poland.
Polish President Andrzej Duda, who began a four-day US visit on Sunday, is scheduled to meet US leader Donald Trump in New York on Monday when the two presidents are expected to sign a military agreement on locations for more American troops in Poland.
Poland has received an offer from the American administration to organise a meeting between Polish President Andrzej Duda and US President Donald Trump this Monday in New York, Duda's chief aide Krzysztof Szczerski told PAP on Thursday.
US President Donald Trump has cancelled his visit to Poland planned for September 1-2, explaining that all federal government resources need to be focused on the incoming hurricane Dorian. Vice President Mike Pence will represent Trump in Poland.
Polish President Andrzej Duda held a telephone conversation on Wednesday with his American counterpart, Donald Trump, during which they talked about the upcoming visit of the US president to Poland, presidential aide Krzysztof Szczerski has said.
US Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher tweeted on Thursday that unlike Germany, Poland fulfills its NATO commitment of 2-percent of GDP on defence spending and that US troops currently stationed in Germany would be welcomed in Poland.
Three weeks before US President Donald Trump's visit to Poland, 88 out of 100 US senators appealed to Poland to return the property of Holocaust victims, though Washington is not planning to impose sanctions, the Rzeczpospolita daily wrote on Wednesday.