United States President Joe Biden congratulated Donald Tusk on his election to the office of Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland, the Prime Minister’s office announced on social media on Wednesday evening, publishing a photo of a letter from the American leader.
An entry appeared on the profile of the office of the head of the Polish government on the X website on Wednesday evening. “The President of the United States, Joe Biden, congratulated Donald Tusk on his election to the office of Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland,” it was written. “Poland and the United States will work together for energy and military security and strengthening democratic values,” it added.
A photo of a letter from the American leader dated December 13 was also published.
“Congratulations on your election as Prime Minister. The historic turnout in the October 2023 parliamentary elections gives you and your government an important mandate at this important time. I look forward to working with you to show that democracies can cope with challenges, which are most important to our citizens,” the president writes in the letter Joe Biden.
“Poland is one of the United States’ closest security partners and one of our most steadfast allies. Your country’s contributions to the allied security of NATO’s eastern flank, the presence of our troops on your territory and your commitment to NATO’s defense spending requirements are exemplary. I look forward to joining you in achieving your military modernization goals and strengthening the NATO Alliance,” Biden said.
“We also greatly value the value of our strategic partnership with Poland in the field of energy security. We are proud that Poland has chosen the United States as its partner in the construction of its first nuclear power plant and we look forward to fulfilling our agreement in this area and deepening our energy partnership. Civil cooperation nuclear energy is a pillar of our economic ties and demonstrates our shared commitment to strengthening European energy security and tackling the climate crisis,” we read.
“I look forward to continuing our close cooperation on Ukraine to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity against Russia’s brutal attack. We remain grateful to Poland for providing and facilitating security support to Ukraine, including through the generosity shown by Polish families in opening their hearts and homes for over a million Ukrainian refugees. I saw this decisiveness and generosity during my first arrival in Warsaw. I assure you that the United States will continue to stand with Poland and once again oppose the incursion of authoritarianism into Europe,” the letter continues.
“I congratulate you from the bottom of my heart and wish you all the best in all your successes during your service to the Polish nation. I am sure that together we will achieve common development, security and democratic values,” he concluded.