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Thursday, 6 July 2017

The First Ladies in the Belweder Palace and in the Copernicus Science Centre

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Agata Kornhauser-Duda invited Melania Trump for a meeting in the Belweder Palace where in the Pompeian Room the two ladies had a tête-à-tête. At the meeting, they mainly discussed the history of the venue and the platforms on which the two First Ladies are active.

 

The First Ladies spoke about education, about social media expansion and about modern technologies, and the impact they have on the development of young people, also touching upon such dangerous phenomena of the present-day as cyberbullying, hate and stalking. Moreover, the ladies discussed initiatives designed to develop readership among the youngest.

 

Finally, Melania Trump and Agata Kornhauser-Duda turned their conversation to Slovenia: the country where the First Lady of the United States was born and where in March this year, the Polish Presidential Couple was staying on an official visit.

 

At the meeting, traditional Polish apple pie was served. 

 

Thereafter, the First Ladies set off for the Copernicus Science Centre whose Director General, Mr Robert Firmhofer, offered explanations about the place and its operations.

 

Agata Kornhauser-Duda and Melania Trump had a tour of a robotic workstation ‘Thinkatorium’ where scientific workshop for children and young people was hosted to familiarize them with the basics of software programming and robotics. The curriculum was developed by the Copernicus Science Centre team and the Girls Code Fun Foundation.

 

The First Ladies accompanied children as they were creating a flower orchestra, then got to know a robot called Dash, admired a unique robotic evening dress, as well as various accessories printed on 3D printers.

 

At the end of the meeting, the young attendees presented the First Ladies with 3D print-outs: a pink high heel to Melania Trump, and a blue cube with a puzzle to Agata Kornhauser-Duda.

 

Thanking for the warm welcome accorded to them, the First Ladies signed the visitors’ book of the Copernicus Science Centre.

 

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