President meets Jeb Bush
Transatlantic cooperation, NATO and security in Central Europe were the main subjects of President Bronislaw Komorowski's meeting with Republican Party politician and former Florida governor Jeb Bush in Warsaw on Thursday.
PAP was told by Minister Jaromir Sokolowski of the Presidential Chancellery that the two politicians spoke about "Polish-U.S. relations, transatlantic cooperation, the Ukraine crisis and security in the region, with special emphasis on the U.S. presence in this part of the world as well as the necessity to implement decisions taken by the NATO summit in Wales and strengthen the alliance's eastern flank".
Jeb Bush's European visit also includes Germany and Estonia. He is expected to announce his bid for the U.S. Republican presidential nomination still in June, hoping to follow in the footsteps of his father and brother. (PAP, own information)