Attention

All comments are subject to approval by Moderators. Any off-topic comments will be rejected. Thanks for your cooperation!

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Poland Wants Trump’s Vow of Protection from Russian Activity

Poland’s government would like visiting President Donald Trump to make assurances this week that the presence of U.S. and NATO troops in Poland will continue as long as the region’s security is threatened by Russia, the foreign minister said Monday.

Trump is to deliver a speech in Warsaw during a brief visit Thursday. The visit comes before Trump attends a G-20 summit in Germany, where he will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Poland and other nations in the region that were under Moscow’s dominance in the communist era are concerned for their security because of Russia’s increased military activity, some of it close to their borders.

Minister Witold Waszczykowski told reporters that Poland would like to hear Trump’s assurances that the recently installed rotational presence of thousands of U.S. and NATO troops in Poland will continue. The deployments were decided by NATO and by the U.S. administration under former president, Barack Obama.

More

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

What next,a one world police force?The election of Trump does not give the entire world a right to be in a dire need of assistance or protection.Any bean counter worth a crap realizes that we can barely get our own problems solved.

Anonymous said...

Then pay us, otherwise take care of your own country.

Anonymous said...

This is a treaty obligation.

Anonymous said...

Nationalist government welcoming Trump with open arms, shocker.

Anonymous said...

He's having buses full of supporters sent to his speech there. Something he openly accused Obama and Hilary of doing...