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Obama In Poland To Boost Bilateral Ties


Presidents Bronislaw Komorowski (left) and Barack Obama review an honor guard at Poland's presidential palace in Warsaw on May 28.

Presidents Bronislaw Komorowski (left) and Barack Obama review an honor guard at Poland's presidential palace in Warsaw on May 28.

U.S. President Barack Obama is in Poland on the final stage of his weeklong European tour.

After flying in from the Group of Eight (G8) summit in France, Obama laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and at the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial.

He later attended a working dinner with more than a dozen presidents from former Communist states, plus the leaders of Germany and Italy.

On May 28, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski greeted Obama at the presidential palace in a formal ceremony.

The two were expected to discuss energy issues and the stationing of U.S. F-16 warplanes on Polish soil, among other topics.

Obama planned to wrap up his visit later in the day and return to the United States.

compiled from agency reports
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