The British Foreign Office announced, on Thursday, that the need to resume contacts at the highest levels, and issues of developing cooperation in the security field, were among the topics of talks between Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rowe and British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss.

State Department spokesperson Okas Jasina announced in a press release that Secretary Rau congratulated Secretary Truss on the nomination, who took office on September 15.

“The Ministers discussed the state of bilateral relations and emphasized the need to resume contacts at the highest levels. Minister Truss invited Minister Rowe to London,” she told the Foreign Office. Moreover, the ministry said, “The ministers expressed their satisfaction with the course and conclusions of the Polish-British Belvedere Forum, the fifth edition of which was held in Warsaw on September 15-16.”

As indicated, Minister Rau emphasized that Great Britain is a strategic partner and reliable ally of Poland, and expressed his satisfaction that in the Integrated Review of the Security, Defense, Development and Foreign Policy of Great Britain, Poland was mentioned as a key partner.

Moreover, the head of Polish diplomacy noted that both countries share a similar view on a wide range of issues, including security, eastern politics and historical memory.

She added that “the ministers expressed their desire to further develop cooperation in the field of security, both bilaterally and within NATO. Minister Truss also emphasized the interest in deepening relations in the field of trade and economy.” (PAP)

Author: Grzegorz Bruszewski

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