US President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter on Sunday „Happy Sunday! We want GOD!" and posted a short film of his 2017 visit to Poland and speech at Warsaw's Krasinski Square.
The new defence pact between the US and Poland, signed on Saturday, will increase the presence of US troops in Poland, strengthen NATO's deterrent capabilities and European security, US President Donald Trump said in a statement posted on the White House website.
The Aug. 15 signing of the Enhanced Defence Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) between Poland and the United States takes the two countries to the next stage of reinforced military cooperation, President Andrzej Duda said on Saturday.
US Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher tweeted on Friday that the signing on Saturday of an Enhanced Defence Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) will pave the way for an increased and sustained US military presence in Poland.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during his August 15 visit to Warsaw will sign the new US-Poland Enhanced Defence Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) and meet with Poland's top officials, Polish President Andrzej Duda's top aide Krzysztof Szczerski said on Saturday.
Defence Minister Mariusz Błaszczak said in Kraków, southern Poland, on Tuesday that placing the forward command of the 5th US Army Corps in Poland is the crowning achievement of efforts to increase the American military presence in Poland.
In an article titled 'Heroes of Western Civilization: 76 Years After the Warsaw Uprising' published on the 76th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising on Saturday, the White House recalled President Donald Trump's speech delivered in Warsaw in July 2017.
Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Błaszczak said on Wednesday that in line with plans, there will be more US soldiers in Poland, as well as the country hosting the region's most important land forces command.
US Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher told Reuters in an interview that the European Union's criticism of Poland regarding democratic values was 'overblown,' and that the EU has been reluctant to acknowledge how much progress Poland has made.
President Andrzej Duda, following his Sunday victory in the run-off vote, has received scores of congratulatory messages from world leaders, including the US, Slovenian and Slovak presidents, as well as British prime minister.