Trump in Poland

Trump in Poland

"My guess is the President is going to reaffirm our partnership and commitment. I think it is going to be a very good trip," said Bob Corker commenting on the visit by the President of the United States Donald Trump to Poland, scheduled to begin on Wednesday. Marcin Wrona, a correspondent for TVN’s "Fakty" news broadcast talked to the Republican Senator in Washington.

"There are two types of Donald Trump’s speeches. First of all, we have the rally speeches, like the one he gave during his inauguration. We also had the brilliant address to the Congress on the State of the Union, which the entire Congress applauded," said Sławomir Dębski, director of the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM), in Wstajesz i wiesz morning program. "Let’s hope that the speech in Poland will resemble the Congress one," he added.

"The visit by the President of the United States Donald Trump to Poland means that he has taken notice of the economic potential of Central Europe", considers Bartosz Wiśniewski, Head of the Research Office at the Polish Institute of International Affairs. He believes that the visit will translate into a stronger relationship between the new administration and the region.

During this school year, 26 young Poles got the opportunity to spend a year with American host families and study at US high schools as part of the FLEX (The Future Leaders Exchange) program launched by the US Department of State. They admit that it was a crucial time for them. Now, they have also met with the US Ambassador in Warsaw. Poland has also got an important week ahead of it, marked by a visit by the American President Donald Trump. According to Paul W. Jones "it will be a great visit".

"We hope that many people will come to the Krasiński Square in Warsaw to listen to President Trump," said the U.S. Ambassador to Poland, Paul W. Jones, in conversation with TVN24. "I think that it’ll be a great visit," he added.

From July 6-7, the Atlantic Council and the Polish Institute of International Affairs organize Global Forum in Warsaw, on the occasion of the first visit by US President Donald Trump to Poland en route to the G20 Summit in Hamburg, and in conjunction with the Three Seas Initiative Summit of regional European leaders hosted by Presidents Andrzej Duda of Poland and Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović of Croatia.