President Trump will travel to Poland this summer ahead of the G20 Summit in Germany for a bilateral meeting with the Polish president.
The White House announced the upcoming trip in a Friday afternoon statement. While he did not announce dates, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said the event is meant to “reaffirm America’s steadfast commitment to one of our closest European allies and emphasize the administration’s priority of strengthening NATO’s collective defense.”
The announcement comes hours after Trump affirmed America to NATO’s mutual defense provision, referred to as Article 5, amid criticism that he did not specifically do so during his last trip abroad. Read more at The Hill.