Trump-Duda talks the highpoint of US preisdent's visit to Poland
The most important element of US President Donald Trump's trip to Warsaw on 6 July will be bilateral talks with President Andrzej Duda, said the chief of staff at the Polish president's office.
Speaking on Radio Wnet, Krzysztof Szczerski said that the three most important points of discussion are already known.
"Trump-Duda's bilateral talks are the number one point" on the agenda, Szczerski said, adding that the upcoming visit by Trump was made possible through an invitation by President Duda, "so it is definitely the most important point from Poland's point of view".
The second point, according to Szczerski, is Trump's participation at the Three Seas summit in the Polish capital, and thirdly, a public speech by Donald Trump with a message directed to Poles and other US allies. Hopefully he will incldue a hard-hitting message to Putin in the vein of Ronald Reagan's "Tear down this wall!" appeal issued in West Berlin.