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President Andrzej Duda in Munich met with the president-elect of the Czech Republic and the prime minister of Norway

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During his visit to the Security Conference in Munich, President Andrzej Duda met on Saturday with Czech President-elect Petr Pavel. He also spoke with the Prime Minister of Norway, Jonas Gahr Store.

Andrzej Duda since Friday he has been in Munich, where the 59th Munich Security Conference is taking place. On Saturday morning, the Polish president met with the president-elect Czech Petr Pavel. The office of the Polish president reported that they discussed security priorities and a common vision FOR THIS and how the Alliance should effectively enhance deterrence.

The conversation also concerned the view of the new Czech president on the Three Seas Initiative and other regional formats.

On Saturday, Piotr Marciniak’s guest at 7.20 pm in “Fakty po Faktach” will be the former commander of the American land forces in Europe, General Ben Hodges.

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Meeting of Andrzej Duda with Petr PavelJakub Szymczuk/KPRP

Andrzej Duda talks with the Prime Minister of Norway

The president’s office reported that on Saturday, on the sidelines of the Security Conference, Duda also met with the prime minister Norway Jonas Gahr Store. “Poland and Norway are partners in the field of security, including energy, and allies in NATO. Norwegian gas is a key factor in the process of the European Union becoming independent of Russian resources,” KPRP wrote on Twitter.

On Friday, the Polish president – in the formula of the Weimar Triangle – met the chancellor German Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron.

On Saturday, Piotr Marciniak’s guest at 7.20 pm in “Fakty po Faktach” will be the former commander of the American land forces in Europe, General Ben Hodges.

Main photo source: Jakub Szymczuk/KPRP



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