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    Polish Prime Minister Visits the United States to Strengthen Economic and Security Cooperation

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    Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki begins his three-day visit to the United States, aimed at developing economic cooperation and security issues between Poland and the USA. The main topics of the visit will be Polish-American economic cooperation, Poland’s security issues, and cooperation in the energy sector. During the visit, Prime Minister Morawiecki will meet with Vice President Kamala Harris and representatives of leading American defense companies.

    One of the main topics of the visit will be economic cooperation, including the energy sector. Poland and the USA have already established cooperation in this area, including the construction of the first nuclear power plant in cooperation with the American company Westinghouse. Prime Minister Morawiecki will also meet with representatives of American defense companies, including those that produce Abrams tanks and F-35 fighters for Poland.

    During the visit, the Prime Minister will also participate in a meeting at the International Monetary Fund headquarters. This session will address geopolitical, economic, and macroeconomic shocks affecting the entire world. The Prime Minister will also have the opportunity to participate in a meeting at the Atlantic Council headquarters. It is worth recalling that recently, the President of the United States, Joe Biden, visited Poland and met with both President Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. The visit by Prime Minister Morawiecki is a continuation of those talks and represents another step in building close cooperation between Poland and the United States.

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