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Mitt Romney has confirmed his visit to Poland

Washington : DC : USA | Jul 21, 2012 at 6:18 PM PDT
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Staff Mitt Romney former governor confirmed the visit in Poland. Likely Republican Party candidate in the election of U.S. President will meet with the Polish president, prime minister and head of the MFA.

Romney flies to Polish for two days, 30 and 31 July. During this time, to meet President Bronislaw Komorowski, Prime Minister Donald Tusk and Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski, and former President Lech Walesa, to which an invitation to fly to Poland. His staff also has plans for a public demonstration in Warsaw.

- Visit to Poland, during a trip abroad, where the occasion to visit the UK and Israel, testifies to the growing role of our country on the international stage - said Foreign Ministry spokesman Marcin Bosacki.

The former leader of Solidarity invited the Governor of Massachusetts to Polish in a special letter sent on July 4. The former president will meet with Romney on July 30th in Artus Court in Gdansk.

In the words of President Lech Walesa Institute Peter Gulczyński, the meeting in Gdansk will have an intimate nature. - I think from our side will include three people: Lech Walesa, former Polish Ambassador Jerzy Kozminski United States, and I'll - he added.

- Seeing the historic race for the presidency in the U.S. and mindful of Barack Obama's visit in Poland, we decided that it would be good if the Republicans could learn a representative of our country. The invitation was met with great interest the American side - said Gulczyński.

- Romney's visit will emphasize the importance of alliance between Poland and the United States, which has a rich history - told reporters his advisor Jan Brzezinski, quoted by the newspaper "National Journal" and the CBS News website. He explained that Romney will indicate the success of the Polish economy, flowing - the highlight - the principles of free markets and capitalism, the factors that policy emphasizes in his campaign in the country.

According to the Associated Press Romney in Poland can count on more support than his rival, the current president Barack Obama. "Romney will come to a thoroughly Catholic country, which for many years will the Republicans from Democrats. Poles never showed such enthusiasm for Obama as people in Germany and other countries of Western Europe, and its popularity has declined further since he came to power" - says AP .

The Agency points out that Romney's stay in Poland is likely to increase his popularity among American Polonia, who lives in the so-called. swing states where Romney and Obama's chances of winning the election are roughly equal.

According to the AP visit to Poland, "Romney will give the opportunity to criticize Obama promoted by the so-called. Reset policy in Russian-American relations and the fact that his administration has withdrawn from plans to build a missile shield in Poland." A Republican will be able to "express support for an ally who has become a key stronghold in eastern Europe, where long dominated by Russia," - adds Reuters.

Romney's trip abroad will begin on July 27 in London, where the likely Republican candidate for president will meet with leading politicians, including Prime Minister David Cameron, and also appears in the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games and the first few competitions.

The next day, Romney will travel to Israel. A visit to this country, which is a strategic U.S. ally in the Middle East, according to media, the most important stage of the journey of Republican politics, which he completed in Poland. Romney will give two important speeches: in Jerusalem and Warsaw, but "they will refrain from making specific demands of its policy" - writes the AP, referring to his advisers.

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