Polish-French dialogue and the approaching climate summit will be the topics of President Andrzej Duda's Wednesday visit to Paris, where he will meet with French President Francois Hollande.
"The president will meet with President Hollande one-to-one, and with (France's) Prime Minister (Manuel Valls) at a working lunch", presidential minister Krzysztof Szczerski told reporters on Tuesday.
He added that the Paris visit was taking place at the French president's invitation.
Pointing out that it was President Duda's first foreign visit after the general election, "in a new political situation in Poland", Szczerski said that the time was very good.
"It will be possible to discuss the complete programme of bilateral Polish-French, NATO and EU issues, also in the context of the climate package", Szczerski explained, adding that France was one of Poland's strategic partners in European policy.
The minister also said that President Duda treated his Paris visit as the start of concrete dialogue on the two countries' interests and their perception of the most important problems of Europe and the world, including migration, the Middle East crisis, next year's NATO summit in Warsaw, eastern policy and energy security.
"It has been a long time since a Weimar Triangle (Poland, France, Germany) summit was last held. The president will appeal in Paris for a return to regularity in these summit meetings", Krzysztof Szczerski also said. (PAP)