Trump will then deliver a public speech before traveling to a G-20 summit in Germany. That's probably why the Polish government is assembling cheering crowds to greet Trump once he arrives in Warsaw on Wednesday afternoon.
The Pentagon says the BMD shield, which also includes another interceptor site in Romania, Aegis ships in the Mediterranean and a radar in Turkey, is created to protect USA troops and allies against the threat of missiles launched by Iran, not Russian Federation. The Weekly Standard reported that Trump's speech was primarily written by White House adviser Stephen Miller, and that it will contrast Poland's policies with the globalist ones of Western European powers.
"We have new success, Trump's visit", said Poland's Law and Justice party leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski.
That is highly unlikely, no matter what Kaczynski may believe.
Of course, these details are likely to be lost in Trump's and the White House's accounting of his visit.
The Polish government has emphasized that Russia's aggression in Ukraine poses a threat to the whole of Europe, something that will inevitably be raised in discussions with Trump as Europeans aim to gauge his willingness to confront Putin when they meet face to face on Friday.
The Trump administration is renewing an offer to cooperate with Russia in the Syrian conflict, including on military matters, ahead of President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin this week.
Workers were building platforms at a downtown Warsaw square where Trump will speak, and colorful posters could be seen across the city inviting people to attend the event.
Merkel is predicting "very difficult" talks with Trump once again, in just his second visit to Europe.
"Of course, we are thoroughly monitoring the reports coming from Eastern Europe, taking into consideration that the bilateral meeting between the presidents of Russian Federation and the United States is scheduled to take place in Hamburg", Peskov told reporters answering a corresponding question. The United States has sold the Patriot system to other American allies in the past, including Germany and Taiwan.
"It's going to be huge - absolutely huge", said pro-government Polish politician Dominik Tarczynski, who is organizing a busload of Trump supporters.
"A memorandum was signed Wednesday night" Poland's Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz said.
"Anyone who thinks the world's problems can be solved with isolationism and protectionism is simply delusional", she said.
"Now is the time for allied solidarity and President Trump's decision to visit Poland so early in his presidency underscores the importance of our region to the U.S. administration and the transatlantic community as a whole", he added. And the government will be quite eager to hear Trump reiterate that USA troops that are here as part of a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation contingent will stay, and we'll probably be hoping to get a promise of more troops coming.