President Donald Trump is meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda at The Royal Castle in Warsaw Thursday morning, starting his second foreign trip that will address crucial issues such as energy infrastructure investment trade, climate, and migration at the G20 meeting in Germany, CNN reports.
According to White House officials, Trump will round off his long day packed with numerous meetings with President Duda with a high-profile speech to the Polish people from Krasinski Square. The speech will be delivered surrounded by a monument to Poles who fought against Nazi occupation in 1944, and will feature Trump outlining his vision for the partnership with Poland, especially in the energy sector.
President Trump received a very warm welcome in Poland, where the ideology of the conservative government, led by Duda, is in line with Trump than former President Barack Obama.
Following his time in Poland, Trump will fly to Hamburg, where he will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel, whose relationship with the president has been nothing short of cold since they met in the White House, March. With controversial topics such as trade, climate change and migration on the agenda for the meeting, Merkel all but ensured the G20 meeting in Hamburg will be combative.