“The friendship that unites the United States and Poland At the end of the 18th century, our countries adopted constitutions, shaping democratic institutions that protect the freedom, security and well-being of our citizens,” wrote US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. , Greeted the Poles on the 330th anniversary of the Constitution on May 3rd.
“On behalf of the US government, I congratulate the Poles for celebrating Constitution Day,” Blinken said in a statement.
“Friendship between the United States and Poland At the end of the 18th century, our countries adopted constitutions and designed democratic institutions to protect the freedom, security and well-being of our citizens. Since then, our relations have continued to grow and strengthen” – wrote the head of US diplomacy in the document.
As he promised, Washington and Warsaw are “currently working together on a wide range of global challenges – under NATO, the agreement on enhanced security cooperation between Poland and the United States, in three maritime initiatives and in many other ways.”
“America, as a long-standing friend and friend, greets all poles on this special day and looks forward to deepening and expanding our Atlantic partnership in the years to come,” Blinken declared.