Presidential top aide to visit Washington before Duda-Trump meeting
The head of the President's Office, Krzysztof Szczerski, in Washington on Tuesday and Wednesday, will hold a series of talks related to preparations for the June 12 meeting of the Polish and US Presidents, Andrzej Duda and Donald Trump.
Krzysztof Szczerski said that during his two-day stay in Washington he will meet at the White House with the leaders of the National Security Council and with Kellyanne Conway, a special adviser to President Donald Trump.
The head of the Polish President's Office will also talk with US Special Representative for Ukraine Kurt Volker and meet with US European Commander Philip T. Reeker at the US Department of State.
The presidential minister will also address a conference devoted to the Three Seas Initiative, promoting regional cooperation among 12 countries situated between the Baltic, Black and Adriatic Seas, which will be held at the German Marshall Fund's headquarters. He is also scheduled to meet with the management of the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) think-tank.
On the agenda of Szczerski's Washington visit is a meeting with the executives of the Polish-American Business Council. He will also meet with Kevin A. Hassett, chairman of the council of economic advisers to the US president.
Polish President Andrzej Duda and First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda will start a six-day US trip with a meeting with US first couple Donald Trump and Melania Trump at the White House on June 12.
This will be the second Duda-Trump meeting at the White House. The previous one was held in autumn last year.
Between June 13-17, the Polish first couple will visit Texas, Nevada and California, where Duda will hold talks on energy and new technologies. (PAP)