Polish President Duda expected in Romania

President of Poland Andrzej Duda departs on Monday afternoon for the Romanian capital Bucharest where he is due to meet with his Romanian counterpart President Klaus Iohannis on Tuesday, Radio Poland’s website informs.
According to the Polish head of state’s office, Duda is due to discuss subjects including Romania’s role in the region, the migration and security crisis in Central and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea region, as well as preparations for next year’s NATO summit in Warsaw. On November 4, a larger meeting of Central and Eastern European heads of state will be held, taking in the presidents of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. The aforementioned countries, together with Poland, make up NATO’s so-called eastern flank, and a joint declaration is due on Wednesday, Radio Poland informs.

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