Krzysztof Shtziersky reported that he and the head of the National Security Bureau, Bowie Soloch, interviewed US President Joe Biden’s National Security Adviser.

“It was the first opportunity to discuss cooperation between the PL-US at such a high level after the change in Washington; we have a common position in the main aspects of security, the Three Seas Initiative and Eastern Policy” – the Commissioner of the creation of the International Policy Office of the President of the Republic of Poland said on Twitter.

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Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday, January 20. Kamala Harris took the oath with him. She will be the first female vice president of the United States. Among the guests who arrived at the Capitol were former President Barack Obama with his wife Michael, George W. Bush, Laura Bush, Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Lady Gaga sang the United States anthem at the swearing-in ceremony. Jennifer Lopez also gave a performance.

In his speech to the Capitol as the new president of the United States, Joe Biden emphasized that he had a lot of work to do in reconciling divided Americans. He also assured that he will be the leader of all American citizens.

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