The Pentagon hosted a meeting between the chairman of the College of Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, and the Chief of the General Staff, General Rajmund Andrzejczak. The topic of the conversation was security in Eastern Europe.
College spokesman Col. Dave Butler said the military “discussed topics of common interest and shared their assessment of the current security situation in Eastern Europe,” said College spokesman Col. Dave Butler.
“Poland is a strong ally in Central Europe, committed to NATO deterrence and efforts in Europe, as well as joint security operations around the world. The US and Poland have a strong defense relationship,” he added.
The General Staff of the General Army announced on Twitter that the generals were talking “about building modern capabilities in multi-domain military operations and about the directions of development of the US and Polish armed forces and military cooperation between the two countries.”
This is the second interview with both generals in three days. On Monday, the day before Biden-Putin virtual summitMilley took part in a teleconference with all of the top NATO military commanders
Main photo source: General Staff of WP / Twitter