Polish-American cooperation for freedom and conservative values

Marek Kuchciński met with the president of the American Heritage Foundation - the world's leading think tanks, focusing on research, innovative solutions and mobilization of conservative circles. Talks were held among politicians and advisers among others. about the participation of Poland and the USA in supporting Ukraine, global threats and building a new world order. Both the Polish and American sides emphasize the key role we can play in Ukraine's transition to the EU by sharing their experiences, which will ultimately strengthen peace throughout Europe, and, given China's position, also in the world.

According to the president of HF, Dr. According to Kevin Roberts, conservatives have every reason to hope because conservative ideas are ideas that work. It's hard to disagree with him. By cooperating with our American partners, we can expand our experience in business, military, education and communication. A conservative outlook on the world provides strong grounds for caring for the homeland on many levels, not only economic or military, but also environmental protection, said the head of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister. – We presented our view on the conflict in Ukraine to the American side i threats that Russia's victory poses from our perspective. The war that is taking place beyond our borders is not a local conflict, it is about our future, about whether Putin will be able to rebuild his empire, which is why helping Ukraine is not only a manifestation of the highest human reflexes, but also an investment in a safe future - he added Marek Kuchcinski.

Participants of the meeting emphasized that after February 24, Europe's reaction surprised not only Putin. The Union is not weak and divided, but draws its strength from the strength of individual states, which must be free and equal and face crises together.

On the Polish side, the meeting was attended by, among others: the head of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister, Minister Marek Kuchciński, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Arkadiusz Mularczyk, and the head of the Foreign Affairs Committee Radosław Fogiel.



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