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Transatlantic relations

The United States is an architect and at the same time a key component of the current international order in Europe. The transatlantic partnership between the US and Europe is based on two pillars: respect for common values, and common interests.

The United States is Poland's key ally and our relations have developed very rapidly for many years. Cooperation in the field of security and defence, both bilaterally and within NATO, is a pillar and, at the same time, the starting point for the further development of relations not only in terms of politics but also the economy and people-to-people links. In addition, both countries share special ties of the common fight for freedom and the unique history of our peoples.

Poland also appreciates the value of cooperation with Canada and its commitment to ensuring security and stability in Europe, and looks forward to further growth in bilateral collaboration.