An international conference on the foreign policy of Poland's late President Lech Kaczyński will take place on Monday.
The conference is entitled "Sovereignty, Solidarity, Security. Lech Kaczyński and Central and Eastern Europe".
It will bring together "presidents of countries that worked with Lech Kaczyński on implementing the vision of a secure and developing Central and Eastern Europe", explains Maciej Łopiński, an associate of the late president and current head of President Andrzej Duda's advisers.
The participants are to include current Estonian President Tomas Hendrik Ilves and the former presidents of Lithuania - Valdas Adamkus, the Czech Republic - Vaclav Klaus, Georgia - Mikheil Saakashvili, and Romania - Traian Basescu.
The late Lech Kaczyński was sworn into office on December 23, 2005. President Kaczyński was killed in a plane crash in Smolensk, Russia, on April 10, 2010. (PAP)