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French president to visit Poland in February

20.01.2020 07:45
French President Emmanuel Macron is scheduled to pay a visit to Poland on February 3 and 4.
French President Emmanuel Macron
French President Emmanuel MacronPhoto: EPA/HAYOUNG JEON

According to an announcement by the Élysée Palace, his itinerary will include the capital Warsaw and the southern city of Kraków.

Macron and Polish President Andrzej Duda met at the beginning of December during a North Atlantic Council gathering in London.

The last visit by a French president to Poland was in 2013. François Hollande planned to make another visit in 2016 but called it off after the Polish government abandoned plans to purchase French-designed Caracal helicopters for the army.

In 2017, during the peak of the migration crisis, Macron, who that year replaced Hollande as president, criticised Poland for its stance on the migration issue. 

Most recently he has voiced criticism of Poland’s stand on counteracting climate change.