Poland’s Prime Minister Donald Tusk travels to France and Germany on Monday as the three European Union members seek to bind closer in the face of mounting security risks and concerns at the possible return to the U.S. presidency of Donald Trump.


Warsaw, Paris and Berlin see EU unity on defence and a ramping up of the 27-member states’ support for Ukraine as crucial at a time when the U.S. backing of Kyiv is wavering amid political infighting in Washington.


With the war in Ukraine soon to enter its third year, Trump sparked outrage among Western partners on Sunday after suggesting the United States might not protect NATO allies who are not spending enough on defence from a potential Russian invasion.


A German official in charge of cooperation with Poland, Dietmar Nietan, stated that for the first time a Polish government is saying that strengthening the European Security Defence Capabilities area is not a contradiction to a strong NATO.


February 12, 2024

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