USA: Trump hosts Polish President Duda at the White HouseJune 12, 2019 at 20:50 (GMT) · Published
US president Donald Trump held a meeting with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda at the White House in Washington DC on Wednesday.
Speaking at a news conference, Trump said the two countries are bound by deep common values. "As stated in the joint declaration, the United States and Poland continue to enhance our security cooperation. Poland will still provide basing and infrastructure to support military presence of about 1,000 American troops. The Polish government will build these projects at no cost to the United States, the Polish government will pay for this", said the US president.
Trump also said that he believes Poland as well as the US could have better relationships with Russia. "I hope that Poland is going to have a great relationship with Russia. I hope that we are going to have a great relationship with Russia and ,by the way, China and many other countries", said Trump.