French President Emmanuel Macron, who recently visited Poland, will deliver an important address on Friday in which he will make a reference to Poland, Polish presidential aide Krzysztof Szczerski told Polish Radio One on Friday morning.
Announcing on Tuesday that French President Emmanuel Macron had invited him to attend a meeting of the tri-state (France, Germany, Poland) Weimar Triangle format, Polish President Andrzej Duda expressed satisfaction that the meeting would take place.
The Monday-Tuesday visit to Poland by French President Emmanuel Macron opens new chapters in bilateral relations, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said at a joint press conference with the French head of state on Monday.
French President Emmanuel Macron, who started his visit to Poland on Monday, said that a new era is opening after Brexit and the European alliance must strengthen in order to be able to function in an uncertain world and respond to European challenges.
Polish President Andrzej Duda told a joint press conference with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron in Warsaw on Monday that the Polish visit by the French head of state was extremely important for Poland.
French President Emmanuel Macron has started his first visit to Poland on Monday. "Bienvenue, Monsier Le President!. The plane with the French president has just landed at @Chopin Airport," the Warsaw airport wrote on Twitter.
Polish president's spokesperson Błażej Spychalski said in an interview with the wPolityce web portal that very important agreements will be signed during a visit to Poland by French President Emmanuel Macron, who is coming to Warsaw on Monday.
A meeting is planned for Monday evening between Senate Speaker Tomasz Grodzki and French President Emmanuel Macron, the Senate Information Centre (CIS)'s deputy director, Anna Godzwon, has informed PAP.
French President Emmanuel Macron will come to Poland on February 3-4 and apart from the capital Warsaw he will visit the southern city of Kraków, the Elysee Palace has announced.
French Ambassador to Poland Frederic Billet, referring to the Friday statement by French President Emmanuel Macron, wrote that in his remarks after the European Council meeting the French president explained the importance of the Council's conclusions and did not threaten anyone.