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President Joe Biden has met with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to reaffirm the strong bilateral relationship between the US and Poland, the White House has reported.
Joe Biden could visit Poland during a trip to Europe he may make to mark the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the CNN and NBC News channels reported on Thursday, citing US government sources.
The White House’s National Security Council spokesman said that the United States shares Poland's concerns over Belarusian support for Russia's actions in Ukraine.
A US Navy veteran has arrived in Poland after spending months in captivity in Russia, the CNN broadcaster has reported.
US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has conveyed strong support for Poland in the face of the Lukashenko regime’s actions on the border with Poland.
The head of the European Commission has said that the migration crisis on the Polish border is “a challenge to the whole of Europe” following her meeting with President Joe Biden.
Data from the Polish Economic Institute shows that Poland is the third biggest producer of Christmas tree decorations in the world with exports to 71 countries on all continents last year reaching EUR 80.4 million.
Donald Tusk, the former Polish prime minister and the current head of the European People's Party bloc in the European parliament, has warned that a Biden presidency could cause problems for the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party.
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.