“We congratulate Poles on the record turnout in Sunday’s elections and we look forward to working with the new government to continue strengthening the close ties between our countries,” Adrienne Watson, spokeswoman for the US National Security Council, wrote on social media.
“We congratulate the Polish nation on the record turnout in Sunday’s elections, which are a strong reflection of democratic will,” Watson wrote on the X platform (formerly Twitter).
“We look forward to working with the next Polish government to continue strengthening the close ties between our nations,” she added.
This is the first comment from the White House on Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Poland.
US Ambassador: record attendance is a strong expression of how important freedom and democracy are to Poles
A day earlier, the US ambassador to Poland, Mark Brzezinski, commented on the elections in Poland.
“The enormous power of civic engagement demonstrated by Poles yesterday is truly inspiring,” X wrote on the platform.
“The record voter turnout in Poland is a strong expression of how important freedom and democracy are to Poles, for which previous generations of this great nation have fought so hard throughout history,” the diplomat added.
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