The White House announced Friday that President Donald Trump will visit Poland before next month’s G20 summit in Germany.
According to a statement issued by White House press secretary Sean Spicer:
President Donald J. Trump accepted the invitation of the President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda, to visit Poland in advance of the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany. The visit will reaffirm America’s steadfast commitment to one of our closest European allies and emphasize the Administration’s priority of strengthening NATO’s collective defense.
The statement says the leaders will discuss a range of issues, aiming to deepen their alliance “based on shared values and common interests.”
Poland has a strict “no-migrants policy,” as Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro pointed out earlier in the week, when she shared a map of terror attacks in Europe. The map shows instances of terror attacks all over Europe, with Poland alone showing no events.
The graphic states, “Poland has a strict no-migrants policy. Draw your own conclusions.”
Leaders from several central, eastern and southern European countries will meet later in Wroclaw, a city in western Poland, for the Three Seas Initiative summit on July 6-7. Trump will also attend the Summit and will “deliver a major speech” which will “demonstrate our strong ties to Central Europe,” the statement said.
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