The UK and Poland today announce the beginning of a new era in their relationship, with a commitment to creating ever deeper ties between our peoples and to revolutionise our cooperation on defence and security.
In recognition of Poland’s essential role in supporting refugees fleeing the invasion of Ukraine, the Stand Up For Ukraine pledging event will take place in Warsaw on 9 April.
The Presidents of Poland and of the United States of America, Andrzej Duda and Joe Biden, held bilateral talks: in private as well as talks between the official delegations.
In spite of the trying times today the Polish–American relations are flourishing. We are today Europe’s first importer of the American LNG, President Andrzej Duda has said.
President: Exactly one month ago, on February 24, Russia embarked on an armed aggression against independent and democratic Ukraine. Our neighbours explain to the whole world the true meaning of words “courage” and “bravery”.
President: We pay tribute to the heroes who resisted the Nazi Holocaust and, heedless of the danger to their own lives and safety, offered a hiding place and supported their Jewish neighbours and fellow citizens.
Polish defence spending will continue to increase, President Andrzej Duda said on Tuesday. Duda made the statement after a meeting with his Bulgarian counterpart, Rumen Radev, in Sofia on Tuesday.
President Andrzej Duda has said that the Polish government has decided to grant Moldova EUR 20 million interest–free credit to help it deal with problems caused by the ongoing war in Ukraine, and the growth of energy and gas prices.
President: The ongoing war reminds us that the memory of the victims of Aktion Reinhardt is a warning to us today.
President: The most important thing today is unity, unity, and unity once again. Both within the Alliance and within the European Union. It is equally important for Poland to be in NATO and in the European Union. These are the foundations of our security. This is the Polish raison d'état!
President Andrzej Duda said on Thursday, after his Warsaw talks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, that he hopes Canada will contribute funds for Ukraine's post–war reconstruction.