Poland Prime Minister: We are ready for NATO Summit
State authorities provide security and great organizational measures for Summit
"We are ready", Poland Prime Minister Beata Szydło highlighted, Unian reports.
"We will talk about the Summit results when it ends. I can tell you about the already made decisions. The Security Ministers of NATO States already held a meeting. We also met in the Presidential Palace to discuss the settled Polish position that we will present on the Summit", State General said.
According to her, they also talked about the organization measures for the Summit during the meeting in the Presidential Palace.
"Our preparative work is well organized. We are ready", Szydło stressed.
The politician added that they are making the last arrangements before the arrival of the world leaders to Warsaw.
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