Polish President, Israeli PM discuss bilateral relations, cooperation
Polish President Andrzej Duda met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in New York on Wednesday. Both leaders are taking part in the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly.
See also: Statement of the President of RP at the UN Security Council Session 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly President Duda and PM Netanyahu discussed the current state of Polish-Israeli relations and prospects of bilateral cooperation in the field of modern technology. The two also referred to military issues.
"PM Netanyahu presented his assessment of the situation in the Middle East, including the war in Syria and threats linked with migration," the head of the Polish President's Office, Krzysztof Szczerski, said.
The minister added that both leaders expressed hope for a positive development of economic cooperation between the two countries. "They also discussed the possible scope of military cooperation," said Szczerski.
On Tuesday President Andrzej Duda discussed the current state of Palestinian-Israeli relations and the future peace process with President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas. "President Abbas presented his concerns and critical evaluation of the situation in the Middle East, and asked Poland for continued support for a two-state solution as a guarantee of stability," said presidential aide Krzysztof Szczerski. (PAP/KG)