President Andrzej Duda will take part in the Friday-starting Munich Security Conference. During the event, the president is to take part in a panel on the condition of the West.
During the panel, to be attended, among others, by Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko, US Senator John McCain and British as well as Canadian Foreign Ministers, Boris Johnson and Chrystia Freeland respectively, the president will speak on two prerequisites of the West's strength - unity and governments listening to their citizens, Polish president's aide Krzysztof Szczerski has told PAP.
According to the minister the president is to argue that each crack was unfavourable for the Western community. Minister Szczerski stressed that this was why directions undermining Atlantic ties appearing in Europe were wrong-headed choices.
On the sidelines of the Munich conference President Duda is scheduled to hold two-way meetings with the president of Ukraine, Senator McCain, and with the presidents of Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia.
According to Krzysztof Szczerski the most important topic of the Munich conference will be the re-arrangement of Europe - US ties. (PAP)