Thursday, February 10, 2022

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is visiting Warsaw

 The Prime Minister of Great Britain, Boris Johnson, has visited Warsaw, where he has just started a meeting with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. Before starting the talks, he greeted the journalists with a cordial "dzień dobry, everyone".

Earlier, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that he would talk with Boris Johnson on the most important European issues and those related to security.

According to government spokesman Piotr Müller, Boris Johnson's visit "emphasizes allied solidarity in bilateral relations and in NATO in the face of threats to European security." "The main topic of the meeting will be the issue of security in the region, with particular emphasis on Russia's actions towards Ukraine."

Prime Ministers Morawiecki and Johnson will visit the headquarters of the 1st Warsaw Armored Brigade in Wesoła (Warsaw) to meet British soldiers stationed on the territory of the Republic of Poland. Since 2017, soldiers from Great Britain have been part of the multinational NATO Battalion Battle Group, stationed in Poland. The group cooperates with the 15th Mechanized Brigade in Giżycko.

In the meantime, Minister of Defense, Mariusz Błaszczak, announced that 350 British Marines, will strengthen the British forces stationed in Poland.